AGUERO BAGS FASTEST FIVE-GOAL HAUL IN PREMIER LEAGUE HISTORY
The Argentine scored a brilliant quintuple
against Newcastle to help Man City to a
thumping 6-1 victory at the Etihad, with his
goals coming over a 20 minute spell.
Sergio Aguero has made Premier League
history after scoring five goals in 20 minutes
during Manchester City's 6-1 win over
Newcastle United on Saturday.
The Argentine netted the English top-flight's
fastest-ever quintuple, besting Jermain Defoe -
who netted five in Tottenham's 9-1 win over
Wigan Athletic in 2009 - by 16 minutes.
Aguero's first goal levelled the score at 1-1 in
the 42nd minute, with his fifth coming in the
62nd minute to round off the rout.
The only other players to hit five goals in a
single match are Alan Shearer for Newcastle,
and Andy Cole and Dimitar Berbatov for
Manchester United, with the former netting his
tally in 54 minutes, and the latter pair both
scoring their goals in 68 minutes.
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