Sergio Aguero Scores On His Return For Barcelona After Calf Injury
Barcelona talisman Sergio Aguero scored on his comeback for Spanish club Barcelona.
Barcelona prolific forward, Sergio Aguero, is back on duty for the club after being sidelined for 10 weeks due to a calf injury he picked up in training, forcing him to suspend his debut for the Blaugrana when he initially signed from English giants, Manchester City, in the summer.
Aguero scored his first unofficial goal for his club side in a training match after his lengthy spell on the sidelines.
The Argentine goal poacher missed out the first two and a half months of the 2021-22 campaign, missing nine games across all competitions, but has returned to action in a friendly against UE Cornella.
Barca played out a 2-2 draw with the Spanish third tier outfit at Ciutat Esportiva on Wednesday morning, with Aguero and Philippe Coutinho grabbing the goals for Ronald Koeman's side.
33-year-old Aguero played just half an hour at the Joan Gamper training complex but made a good impression and could be available for Ronald Koeman as soon as this weekend, when the Blaugrana take on Valencia.