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Manchester player Aguero best overseas goalscorer in the history

Sergio Aguero made a hit record and emerged the highest-scoring overseas player ever in the history of the Premier League. His playing prowess was confirmed by Alan Shearer who says he is still the time best striker in the tournament “by a mile”. This earned him the Premier League hat-trick.


Aguero scored 03 goals following their 6 -1 victory at Aston Villa which earned him his 12th Premier League hat-trick, taking him ahead of Shearer.


The victory increased his overall goals to 177, which made him overtake Thierry Henry as the highest-scoring foreign player. This moved Frank Lampard to the fourth position in the all-time scorer’s chart.


Shearer explained why Aguero came first before Henry and Didier Drogba last year. “He is still the best striker in the Premier League by a mile,” says Shearer, who included Aguero in his Matchweek 22 team of the week. 


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Former Liverpool goalkeeper gets signed on loan and moves to Villa Park for the rest of 

the season.


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Aston Villa has published the news about signing the former Liverpool player Pepe Reina on a loan from AC Milan till the end of this season.


The 37-year-old goalkeeper makes a return to the Premier League after eight seasons with Liverpool between the years of 2005 and 2013. Pepe made a total number of 285 appearances in the Premier League tournaments.


Pepe had a clear record of 134 and has won the Premier League Golden Glove thrice. Being with Liverpool for these years, he was able to secure a four (04) win trophies. His earned trophies are; the FA Cup, EFL Cup, FA Community Shield, and UEFA Super Cup. The player has equally played the FA Cup, EFL Cup, FA Community Shield, and UEFA Super Cup.


Pepe joined Villa as a result of a knee injury that had to make Tom Heaton stay off the field for the rest of the season.


“We have managed to secure a player in Pepe who has a wealth of Premier League experience,” 


Villa head coach Dean Smith said to the club’s official website.


“At the start of the summer, we were looking for an experienced goalkeeper and brought in Tom Heaton.


“Unfortunately, his injury has ruled him out for the rest of the season but Pepe fits our criteria not just because of his experience but also because of his leadership qualities.” He added.


Reina could make his first appearance under Villa against Brighton & Hove Albion and may equally line up against Liverpool on the weekend of 11 April. Fans are anticipating to see what Pepe has in store for them and they truly can’t wait to watch him do what he knows how to do best.

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