Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, has hailed Sergio Aguero as the best striker in the club’s history.
Aguero was absent from the squad that played out a 0-0 draw with Manchester United on Saturday evening with illness.
The Argentina international has been struggling with injuries since football returned following the COVID-19 lockdown and has made only five appearances this season.
In his absence, City lacked attacking thrust at Old Trafford and failed to score.
“Of course, we miss Sergio, he is the best striker in Manchester City’s history.
“In the next short time, we will go without him and I am sure when he is fit, he will be back,” Guardiola told the press after the game.