Barry says record-equalling Aguero is one of the game's great strikers

Barry says record-equalling Aguero is one of the game's great strikers

Barry says record-equalling Aguero is one of the game's great strikers

The Premier League leaders progress with two games to spare in Group F after making it four victories out of four at Stadio San Paolo. However, Nicolas Otamendi leveled before the break, with his defensive colleague, John Stones, putting the visitors ahead shortly after the restart.

Aguero has won two Premier League titles - the first clinched by his unforgettable 30th goal for City in the dying second of the 2011-12 season against Queens Park Rangers - and as many EFL Cups over his previous six seasons at the Etihad Stadium.

Brook played 453 games for City between 1928 and 1940 and led the club's scoring charts since overtaking Tom Johnson's total of 166.

A fast start from City saw both Leroy Sane and Sterling find space inside the Napoli box in the opening four minutes, but neither could release a strike.

264 - appearances for Aguero in all competitions to reach the record mark, compared to Eric Brook's 493.

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De Bruyne took a quick short corner to Ilkay Gundogan and the Germany midfielder flighted an excellent left-footed cross for Otamendi to rise and nod home.

Napoli equalised from the penalty spot, only for Aguero to fire City back in front, while Raheem Sterling polished things off with a late fourth.

15 minutes later and it was Napoli's turn to equalise as Jorginho levelled things up from the penalty spot.

Referee Felix Brych pointed to the spot when City failed to clear a corner after the hour and Albiol went down under a challenge from Sane, despite contact appearing minimal. When he finishes, his stats are going to be right up there with the best of them.

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