Aguero has scored a Premier League goal every 106 minutes since joining City in 2011. This season he has the shot-conversion rate(25.49%) and best minutes-per-goal ratio(25.49%) and best minutes per goal ratio (a goal every 77 minutes) of any campaign during his time at the club.
Aguero is excellent because he is so ridiculously talented, and works just as hard to better than he is. Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has his own football training partner at home, his pet dachshund.
The dog has been keeping Aguero active in his garden during government lockdown of the UK.
2. L. Podoski
Podoski is a good player and one of the best finishers. His linkup play is good but lacks defensive abilities.
The forward Arsenal forward has uploaded a picture of his pet dog to his Instagram page. According to him: “After training I went with my dog for a walk.”
3. Diego Costa
Costa is a traditional striker, with a career average of 0.7 tackle per game, according to WhoScored. However, he is already a quarter of the way towards his league total from last season and has been putting in excellent performance across the pitch so far.
In 2017, when Diego Costa was running out of friends at Stamford Bridge, his loyal dog Bella was his company.
4. O. Zinchenko
Zinchenko began his career at Russian Premier League team FC Ufa before joining Manchester City in 2016 for a fee in the region of 1 million. A versatile midfielder, he can also operate in many positions on the left side, such as a wing back or a full-back.
The Man City left-back player loves training with his dog.
5. Lionel Messi
Lionel Messi’s case to be considered the greatest football player of all-time, he is exceptionally strong. The Argentinian has scored 700 goals in his career and has 34 trophies with Barcelona to his name. Messi has uploaded many picture of his pet dog and he love training with dog.
6. Thomas Muller
In his 27 games for Germany he’s bagged 20 goals. He is one of the finest footballers around the world.
7. Mesut Ozil
Mesut Ozil is a fanatastic player who sometimes has a lack of motivation. His passing and vision are phenomenal.
8. Arturo Vidal
He can pass, tackle, run and score and has done so for years with outrageous success for club and country.
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