Aguero bags treble as rampant City hit Huddersfield for six

Kyle Walker wants to win more and more at Manchester City

Kyle Walker wants to win more and more at Manchester City

Sergio Agüero scored a hat trick that helped Man City get their second win in as many games this season.

City were leading 3-1 at the break thanks to a brace from Sergio Aguero and strike from Gabriel Jesus, before Silva made it 4-1 with a sensational free-kick after the interval.

There was nothing premature about City's opening goal.

City claimed the Premier League crown with a total of 100 points, culminating in a dramatic 1-0 victory at Southampton in which Gabriel Jesus scored the victor deep into added time.

Silva curled home a majestic free kick with his left foot to mark his 250th appearance for City in style.

An Aguero hat-trick looked inevitable - he had already hit the post and narrowly missed the target by the time he flicked in Mendy's glorious delivery 15 minutes from time.

Top of the highlight reel in the latest exhibition by City was a 70-meter pass from goalkeeper Ederson Moraes from his own penalty area that found Aguero running behind Huddersfield's defensive line.

The Etihad Stadium will welcome back the Champions of England, Manchester City, this afternoon for their first home game of the season against Huddersfield Town.

"Manchester City can confirm Kevin De Bruyne has suffered a lateral collateral ligament (LCL) lesion in his right knee", a club statement read.

But it was David Silva, making his first start of the season, that set the tempo with another masterful performance.

The scoring was rounded off in the 85th minute when Leroy Sane's shot took a deflection off Terence Kongolo and sailed into the back of the net.

Two wins from two at a canter for Guardiola's boys.

Later on Sunday, woeful defending led to two Brighton goals in two first-half minutes as Glenn Murray and Shane Duffy outsmarted Manchester United's STGtg 117 million pound ($A204 million) back four.

The Special One has said City might be a rich club that signs the best players but they "cannot buy class". Next up for the Terriers is Cardiff, and Wagner will be looking for a morale-boosting result ahead of the winnable tie against the newly promoted side. They are all playing for second place behind a City side that are showing remarkable similarities to Barcelona's 2011 Champions League-winning vintage under Pep.

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