Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

KDB Says There's No One Better Than Kun

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

KDB Says There's No One Better Than Kun

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KEVIN de Bruyne was at his peerless best against Leicester.

But the City star was happy to see a team-mate pick up the official man-of-the-match award and hog the headlines.

The Belgian ace served up a hat-trick of superb assists, but it was Sergio Aguero who caught the eye - and became City's leading post-war league goalscorer by netting his 143rd and overtaking Fifties hero Joe Hayes. Even De Bruyne is in awe of Aguero's finishing power, and recounts his five-goal haul against Newcastle two seasons ago among his clearest City memories.

"We know what he can do," said De Bruyne. "I have already seen the game against Newcastle when he scored five goals in, like, 20 minutes. If he is on it, he is probably the best for me. The record he has, he has scored 20 goals four or five years in a row in the Premier League. …

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