Sergio Aguero and the Bolton Wanderers stat that emphasises his Manchester City success
Sergio Aguero will leave Manchester City at the end of this season having scored against every Premier League team he has faced – bar one in the form of Bolton Wanderers.
The Argentine striker, 32, will depart the Etihad Stadium this summer after a decade at the club after a trophy laden spell with City.
He has won four Premier League titles, the FA Cup, five League Cups and three Community Shields during his time there.
And with City top of the Premier League by 14 points ahead of Manchester United, he could bow out with a fifth league winner’s medal around his neck.
City are also in the last eight of the Champions League and face German side Borussia Dortmund.
But there is one team in the top flight since Aguero arrived in England which he has placed against but has not found the back of the net against.
And that side is Bolton, who Aguero came up against in the 2011/12 season.
Aguero played against Wanderers in a 3-2 win at the Reebok Stadium in August 2011, with David Silva, Gareth Barry and Edin Dzeko on the scoresheet for the visitors and Ivan Klasnic and Kevin Davies replying for Bolton.
Aguero was replaced on 68 minutes by Carlos Tevez, having drawn a blank.
And Aguero was an unused substitute when the two teams met at the Etihad Stadium in March 2012, with City winning 2-0 thanks to Gretar Steinsson’s own goal and Mario Ballotelli’s strike.
Wanderers were relegated from the Premier League that summer and have not returned to the top flight since.
Aguero was also sent off against Bolton when he played for previous club Atletico Madrid in the Uefa Cup in 2008 against Wanderers, 14 minutes after coming off the bench at the Reebok as El Hadji Diouf netted what proved to be the goal which sent the Trotters through to the last 16 of the competition.