Citizens prefer Agüero over Salah any day of the week

first_imgCitizens Kyle Walker and Pep Guardiola believe that Sergio Agüero is still a better player than Mohamed Salah due to his consistency.As we move closer and closer to the crucial Premier League match between Liverpool and Manchester City this Sunday, two Citizens were questioned about the comparisons between strikers Sergio Agüero and Mohamed Salah.While the Egyptian forward had a breakthrough performance with the Reds last season, neither Kyle Walker nor Pep Guardiola believe that he is better than ‘Kun’ Agüero because of the Argentine’s consistency.The Liverpool player’s dip in form this season proves this, because Agüero started the competition in top form, and Mo is very far from the player who finished the previous competitions with nearly 50 goals.“For me, I’d rather mark Salah — every day of the week. I think Sergio has proved it now and I can assure you, having played against him when I was at ­Tottenham, he’s a nightmare – a complete nightmare to play against,” said Walker while being quoted by The Mirror.“You think he’s not interested in the game and all of a sudden it’s in the back of the net. He has that ­quality. He’s done it year in, year out. He is always up there scoring the most goals in the Premier League. He has probably carried City for a lot of years with his goals.”Pep also backed his striker at City over the Egyptian: “Salah is younger, it was his first year back in England since his time at Chelsea, so we will see in the ­future, but a guy who has the quality to score nearly 50 goals in a season always has that quality.”Premier LeaguePremier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…“Football is all about ups and downs. Salah remains an ­excellent player and will score goals in the future. When you are in there, scenting goals, sometimes this happens. Sergio has scored a lot of goals, but there were periods when he didn’t score.”“How many years has ­Sergio scored all those goals, eight or nine years? For Salah, it was the first one so we will see in seven or eight years. For Sergio, his huge value comes from being ­consistent over many, many years.”“It is about being consistent every three days during 11 months. That is why the big, big players around Europe do that because it is the most difficult thing.”Man City’s Kyle Walker on why he’d far rather mark Mohamed Salah than Sergio Aguero, ahead of Liverpool trip #LFC #MCFC | @sbates_people— Mirror Football (@MirrorFootball) October 6, 2018last_img