Aguero becomes Man City's all-time top goalscorer

Aguero becomes Man City's all-time top goalscorer

Aguero becomes Man City's all-time top goalscorer

City will now be in the draw for the last-16 as they hold a three-point lead at the top, ahead of Shakhtar Donetsk in second spot, while Napoli are a further three points behind, with Feyenoord rock-bottom and pointless.

Seemingly relieved by the Serie A table-toppers halting an assault that lasted for most of the first half hour, City centre-backs Nicolas Otamendi and John Stones converted set-piece routines either side of half-time to turn the game around.

With the game level at 2-2 Aguero latched onto the ball following a rapid run from Leroy Sane. The ball eventually fell to the Argentine who scored his record-breaking goal before Raheem Sterling put the icing on the cake in injury time.

He has won two Premier League titles and two League Cups during his time at the Etihad.

11 - Newcastle are his favourite Premier League opponent, with Aguero scoring 11 goals against them including five in one match.

Napoli started brightly on front of their home fans with captain Hamsik and Mertens both having early shots on goal but Ederson cleared.

Ederson saved a spot-kick from Mertens in Manchester but Jorginho stepped up to calmly send him the wrong way.

The hosts were clearly shaken by the Algerian defender's departure, Arguero went close for City with a deflected shot but defender Otamendi quickly headed in the equaliser after 34 minutes.

Record-breaker Aguero was replaced later on by Bernardo Silva as Napoli brought on Marko Rog.

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