The bad luck is not over yet, Aguero is Covid-19

Striker Sergio Aguero is probably the most “black” player in Man City this season when he is constantly absent because of various problems.

This season, Sergio Aguero has almost no contribution to Man City when he is constantly absent due to injury. By the time he recovered, the Argentine striker had to quarantine himself because of close contact with the Covid-19. In the latest developments, he himself also… became a victim of the virus.

The bad luck is not over yet, Aguero is Covid-19

“Bad luck” constantly clings to Aguero this season

To share on his personal Twitter, Aguero announced that he had tested positive for Covid-19:

“After having been in close contact with a person infected with the virus, I quarantined myself and according to the latest test I was positive for Covid-19.

I have several symptoms and are following my doctor’s instructions to recover. Everyone please be careful! ”.

The last time Aguero played for Man City was on January 3 when he appeared from the bench, kicking 4 minutes in a 3-1 victory over Chelsea. Since the beginning of the season, El Kun has only 9 matches for the Etihad team in all competitions with a total of 260 minutes. He has not played a full match and scored 2 goals, both in the group stage of the Champions League.

Aguero is the new case of Man City sticking Covid-19 this season. Before that, there were a series of first-team players such as Ilkay Gundogan, Gabriel Jesus, Kyle Walker, Ederson Moraes or Eric Garcia had to be absent for a long time because of the virus “attack”.

Despite the frequent loss of people due to injury as well as Covid-19, Man City still shows terrifying strength in the Premier League. The impressive series of matches in recent times has helped coach Pep Guardiola’s army climb straight to second place in the table, only 2 points behind the first place, but 1 match has not yet kicked.