Sergio Aguero & Queens Park Rangers

Sergio Leonel Kun Agüero del Castillo (born 2 June 1988) is an Argentine footballer who plays as a striker for Manchester City in England's Premier League and the Argentine national team. Queens Park Rangers Football Club (usually referred to as QPR) is an English professional football club, based in White City, London. 5.0/5

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I haven't felt that good since Sergio Aguero scored against Queens Park Rangers in 2012
Sergio Aguero scores two as Manchester City come from behind twice but are held by Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road.
Zabaleta: We're hungry for the title (PA) Monday 28 April 2014 Share Pablo Zabaleta has tipped Manchester City to swipe the English Premier League title in the season's final seconds, just as they did in 2012. Two added-time goals sent the title to the Etihad Stadium two years ago, as Edin Dzeko and Sergio Aguero salvaged a 3-2 home victory over Queens Park Rangers. It meant City claimed their first top flight title since 1968 on goal difference, and after Sunday's unflinching 2-0 win at Crystal Palace, Zabaleta believes Manuel Pellegrini's men are ready for a repeat of 2012. "We know that we've been in this situation two years ago and I think we had been talking about that last week," said Zabaleta, well aware City could now be crowned champions on goal-difference once again. "The most important thing we've learned from that experience was the team spirit to keep fighting until the end. "Whoever ends as the champions, it is because they will deserve it, and we are one of those teams who will fight for it ...
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho was interested in signing the likes of Radamel Falcao and Edinson Cavani in the summer - but claims he did not go through with deals to keep the Blues in line with the new Financial Fair Play rules. Tim Sherwood admits Tottenham could lose their top stars if they fail to qualify for next season's Champions League, with the club lining up a new contract offer for Jan Vertonghen to ward off European giants. David Ginola reckons Tottenham midfielder Nabil Bentaleb has an outside chance of making France's World Cup squad if he decides to pledge his allegiance to Les Bleus. Ravel Morrison looks likely to move to Queens Park Rangers on loan as West Ham run out of patience with the midfielder. Everton boss Roberto Martinez is keen to keep Gareth Barry beyond the end of his season-long loan stay. Sergio Aguero and Fernandinho appear unlikely to feature in City's first-leg meeting with Barcelona, Manuel Pellegrini has revealed. United veteran Rio Ferdinand has hit back at a report in The ...
TODAY'S FOOTBALL PAPER TALK THE SUN Ashley Young fired Manchester United into the Capital One Cup semi-finals and begged David Moyes: Give me a chance. Edin Dzeko aims to fill the huge void left by Sergio Aguero for Manchester City. David Ginola has hinted that he fancies stepping into management. Aston Villa lead the hunt to sign 20-year-old Bulgaria midfielder Simeon Slavchev from Litex Lovech. West Ham, Fulham and Championship leaders Queens Park Rangers are also interested along with some German and Italian clubs. Blackpool have offered England U21 winger Paul Ince, 21, a new deal in an effort to stop him leaving for free in the summer. Ipswich are close to signing Sylvan Ebanks- Blake, 27, who is a free agent after leaving Wolves in the summer. DAILY MAIL White Hart Pain is the back-page headline after Tottenham are knocked out the Capital One Cup quarter-finals by London rivals West Ham. Andre Villas-Boas was unhappy with four of Spurs' signings in the summer, Instead of Lamela, Chadli, Chiriches an ...
* Aguero and Gerrard trade special goals * United lead by nine points * Bale special gives Spurs win at 10-man West Brom * Only available Spurs striker Defoe limps off LONDON, Feb 3 (Reuters) - Manchester City's Sergio Aguero scored from a near-impossible angle to salvage a 2-2 home draw with Liverpool but a memorable Steven Gerrard goal still helped boost Premier League leaders Manchester United on Sunday. The irony of one of Liverpool's most battling displays of the season helping arch-rivals United end the weekend nine points clear following Saturday's 1-0 win at Fulham will not be lost of either set of fans but their draw was fully deserved. Second-placed City have dropped points twice in a week following a 0-0 draw at bottom side Queens Park Rangers and only the most avid fan will think the champions can overhaul United now despite last season's stunning fightback. "Liverpool played a good game but we conceded two goals, stupid goals for me," City boss Roberto Mancini told Sky. With 13 matches remain ...
THE post-Mario Balotelli era at Manchester City began in lacklustre fashion as it was held to a 0-0 draw at Queens Park Rangers today that prevented it from making up ground on Manchester United. Victory for City would have cut United's lead to just two points, but instead Alex Ferguson's side will tackle Southampton tomorrow with an opportunity to re-open a seven-point lead at the English Premier League summit. The troublesome Italian striker is expected to complete a switch to AC Milan tomorrow, and City could have done with some extra firepower at Loftus Road. An injury to Vincent Kompany obliged the champion to start with Spanish midfielder Javi Garcia at centre-back, but it began with both Carlos Tevez and Sergio Aguero in attack as they sought to exploit bottom club QPR's defensive frailties. Joleon Lescott blazed an early chance over the crossbar from close range, while Pablo Zabaleta headed against the bar from a David Silva cross and Aguero had a goal ruled out for offside.
VOTE FOR YOUR Premier League GOAL OF 2012! It's NEW YEARS EVE which gives us the chance to take a look back at some of the best goals in the Premier League in 2012...Here at BTB HQ we've compiled our TOP 5 goals - now it's up to you to vote for the best! (video's best quality possible) - A. Peter Crouch (STOKE CITY v Manchester City) - March 24, 2012: Crouch's incredible long-range volley into the top corner was typical of the man, and enough for a famous win. (Hatem Ben Arfa (NEWCASTLE UNITED v Bolton Wanderers) - April 9, 2012: The France playmaker runs from halfway before slotting home a cool finish. (Luis Suarez (Norwich v LIVERPOOL) - April 28, 2012: An audacious lob from the Uruguay striker as he hit a marvellous hat-trick. (Papiss Cisse (Chelsea v NEWCASTLE) - May 2, 2012: A ridiculous strike from the Senegal striker as he hammers in a swerving effort from the left wing. (Sergio Aguero (Manchester City v Queens Park Rangers) - May 13, 2012: The dramatic late goal that in the game that goes down as ...
City forced to wait for Aguero scan results LONDON (Reuters) - Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero will know in a couple of days whether the knee injury sustained in the opening 3-2 Premier League win at home to Southampton on Sunday is serious. The Argentine striker, whose last-gasp goal against Queens Park Rangers sealed the title for City in dramatic fashion back in May, was carried off on a stretcher after 13 minutes. City's top goalscorer last season looked in severe pain after a tackle before getting to his feet and then dropping to the floor again. "I think we need to wait two days for the scan," City manager Roberto Mancini told Sky Sports. Any long-term absence for Aguero would be particularly agonising for City having missed out on striker Robin Van Persie, who opted for Manchester United after leaving Arsenal. A dip into the market with two weeks left in the transfer window is always possible for the club, although City proved they have goals throughout the team in the comeback win over promo ...
Sergio Aguero scoring that goal against Queens Park Rangers to win the Premier League. Best football moment ever.
Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko has warned manager Roberto Mancini that he may leave the club if he is not handed more first team opportunities. The 26-year-old former Wolfsburg striker joined the Premier League champion for 27 million pounds in January of last year. However the Bosnian started just 16 Premier League games last season, despite scoring an impressive 14 goals, including the injury time equalizer against Queens Park Rangers on the final day of last season which set up City's fairytale title triumph. He told The Sun: “In the second half of last season, I suddenly got to start far fewer games — and I’ve got no idea why. “I lost my rhythm. I joined City in order to play in matches. “I never imagined that things would turn out the way they have. “I am too good for the bench. If I continue to sit matches out, then anything is possible.” Dzeko began the season as one of Mancini's preferred strikers but soon fell behind Sergio Aguero, Mario Balotelli and later Carlos Tevez in the p ...
Sergio Aguero's winner against QPR in the fourth minute of added-on time - just over a minute after Edin Dzeko scored an equaliser - secured City's first league crown in 44 years on the final day of the season. Sir Alex, frustrated by the way his team conceded an eight-point lead in the final weeks of the season, could now face a probe from the authorities after he suggested Rangers “quit” once they knew they had avoided relegation. "Queens Park Rangers did very well until they found out they were safe, and I think, as Mark Hughes has said, they quit,” said Ferguson in the club's Inside United magazine. “That was disappointing. It's hard to digest because we played so well at Sunderland. "Obviously we knew that QPR were in front, we all thought we had done it, then the Sunderland fans all started cheering and we knew they'd scored again. I said to Mike Phelan a couple of times that if QPR were leading and City equalised, they'd get a big impetus from that, and that's what happened. "Everyone expec ...
Queens Park Rangers captain Joey Barton has been handed a 12-game ban and fined £75,000 by the Football Association after being charged with two counts of violent conduct following his dismissal against Manchester City on May 13. Barton accepted the first charge against him for kicking Sergio Aguero to the ground from behind after being sent off for elbowing Carlos Tevez. But he requested a personal hearing to challenge a charge in relation to a headbutt aimed in the direction of Vincent Kompany.
Queens Park Rangers midfielder Joey Barton has accepted a Football Association charge of violent conduct for an incident involving Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero,
QPR captain Joey Barton has accepted a charge of violent conduct against Manchester City s Sergio Aguero but denied the same charge for his confrontation with Vincent KompanyThe 29 year o
LONDON (AP) It took goal difference to determine the destination of the Premier League trophy, but ending a 44-year championship drought has cemented Manchester City's status as English soccer's emerging force. After enduring relegations and financial chaos while United won 12 of the last 19 English titles, the ''noisy neighbors'' derided by Alex Ferguson finally have something to shout about. And the 70-year-old Manchester United manager will have to get used to it as he puts a brave face on being denied the title for the first time by City. Ferguson insists he can rise to the task of restoring United's long-standing supremacy in English soccer and wrest the trophy from a team owned by Abu Dhabi interests. Sergio Aguero's title-winning goal in stoppage time Sunday against Queens Park Rangers sent ripples around the world, from the Etihad Stadium to the Gulf oil wells that have funded the unprecedented $1 billion rejuvenation of City the last three years. ''It was absolutely incredible,'' striker Carlos T ...
MANCHESTER, England -- Manchester City won the English title for the first time in 44 years, surging past Queens Park Rangers 3-2 on Sunday with Sergio Aguero scoring his team's second goal late in stoppage time. Aguero, the son-in-law of Argentine great Diego Maradona, scored during the fourth minu...
Manchester City were crowned English Premier League Champions on Sunday after an incredible fightback which saw them score twice in injury time to beat Queens Park Rangers 3-2 & seal the title on goal difference. Manchester City's dream of a first title in 44 years appeared to be in tatters as 10-man Queens Park Rangers led 2-1 after 90 minutes courtesy of goals from Djibril Cisse & Jamie Mackie following Pablo Zabaleta's opener. But as Manchester United prepared to celebrate snatching a 20th league title following their 1-0 win at Sunderland, Edin Dzeko & Sergio Aguero struck twice in two minutes to seal the most enthralling title duel in years. Manchester City manager said, "The last few minutes were incredible. This is for our supporters, they deserve this. We had chances. We deserve to win this." Arsenal clinched third place with a 3-2 win at West Bromwich Abion. Totenham sealed fourth place with a 2-0 win over Fulham.
Manchester City snatches EPL crown Sergio Aguero ended Manchester City's 44-year search for a title in extraordinary fashion as two goals in stoppage-time gave Roberto Mancini's men a scarcely-believable 3-2 win over 10-man Queens Park Rangers. The title looked certain to be heading for the red side of the city for the 20th time as Wayne Rooney gave Manchester United a 1-0 win at Sunderland and City trailed 2-1 heading into the last minute. But substitute Edin Dzeko headed an equaliser with 91 minutes on the clock then Aguero fired home three minutes later to send a disbelieving Etihad Stadium into rapture. Knowing a win would almost certainly be enough to end the long wait, City went ahead through Pablo Zabaleta's 39th-minute strike before the home side were stunned by a 48th-minute equaliser from Djibril Cisse. Despite the ridiculous sending-off of former City man Joey Barton on 55 minutes for an elbow behind the play on Carlos Tevez, QPR went ahead through Jamie Mackie in the 66th minute - and looked s ...
Roberto Mancini's side seemed to be destined for second place for much of the afternoon as Queens Park Rangers produced a display of resilience to thwart their opponents. The situation was desperate as the match at the Etihad Stadium moved into injury time. QPR, down to 10 men for the final 35 minutes of the match after Joey Barton's red card, were winning 2-1 and set to become the first side this season to beat City on their own patch. More significantly, Manchester United were winning 1-0 at Sunderland thanks to Wayne Rooney's header - which meant City had to secure victory to win their first title in 44 years. With 75 seconds of the five minutes of injury time elapsed Edin Dzeko fired in to level the match and set the tone for an astonishing finale. And with less than two minutes remaining, Sergio Aguero fired past Paddy Kenny from close range to spark massive celebrations in the stadium. Dramatic twist For much of the afternoon, United looked set fair for their 13th Premier League crown. Rooney's goal ...
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