Manchester City’s main man boosted to score first at West Ham

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There are few players in world football hotter than Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero in front of the onion bag right now.

City’s cult hero is currently returning Ronaldo-like numbers, having notched 11 goals in as many appearances in 2014/15.

In fact, the Argentine’s latest strike in the Champions League at CSKA Moscow was the fifth consecutive game in which he’s bagged and his eighth goal during this incredible run.

Sweet music to the ears of Ladbrokes customers then, who can take full advantage of Aguero’s most purple of patches.

The Citizens’ number 16 has been enhanced from 3/1 out to 7/2 to grab the first goal of the game at the Boleyn Ground when the Premier League champions pay a visit to West Ham for the early Saturday kick-off.

It’s true Sam Allardyce’s side are enjoying a fine revival at present, but if any man in the top-flight can ruin the party mood in east London, then it’s Aguero.

Four goals against Tottenham last time out in the league could actually have been seven in what was a virtuoso display straight out of the tin marked different gravy.

Incredibly this bet would have landed in four out of Manchester City’s last five games and Aguero, of course, has previous form at the Boleyn.

Manuel Pellegrini’s most prolific forward scored the opener en-route to a brace in the 3-1 league victory over the Irons last season and also notched at the same ground in the Capital One Cup.

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Christian Crowther

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