Aguero netted twice and created one for Manchester City to whip visitors Bournemouth 4-0 at the Etihad Stadium.
Additionally, the result extends the table leaders winning line to record 17 but how did that happen? Bournemouth was a hard nut to crack for the first 27 minutes before City’s all-time top scorer opened the scores with a header.
Raheem Sterling whose goal tally by the end of the match was equaled by Aguero scored his 12th league goal at the 53rd minutes before Aguero completed his match day brace at the 79th minute.
Danilo scored his first goal for the club since joining in July which turned the game scores to four for the potential champions at the 85th minutes.
Bournemouth who are a relegation candidate due to poor performance with registering four draws, four wins and 11 defeats in 19 games were of no threat to Aguero and co.
On boxing day, Bournemouth will host West Ham at 18:00 EST before playing Everton at home on 30th December.
On the other side, Manchester City who obviously will finish the year at the top of the table will first visit Newcastle on Wednesday and Crystal Palace on New Year’s Eve.