Aguero etched his name into history after finding the back of the net during City's league clash against Southampton on Sunday.
The Spain global said he would love to be like Manchester City's Sergio Aguero, Tottenham's Harry Kane and Liverpool stars, Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino, because they score a lot of goals. If I miss, it's because the pitch is too wet.
It was the Argentine's 150th league goal for City, a landmark that moved him level with Michael Owen in eighth place on the Premier League's all-time goalscoring list.It appeared City were capable of scoring nearly at will and a slick move saw them make it three in the 18th minute.
The Premier League title race this season may be one of the most keenly contested in recent times as teams continue to breathe down each other's neck for the top position.
'I think it is better for him to stay fit with two or three training sessions than only with matches. "There is Hazard, there is [Sadio] Mane, [Roberto] Firmino, [Sergio] Aguero, Harry Kane".
"In Spain and Italy there are good strikers but here you have 10 strikers who can score every weekend and it is very hard".
"I watched the game, Liverpool struggled a lot", the on-loan Real Madrid midfielder said.
Liverpool took the lead just after the hour mark when the ever lively Sadio Mane ran in behind Mustafi before firing the ball across the face of goal. For us, the best work for him is that he will play for 45 or 50 minutes tomorrow [on Thursday].
The ex-German worldwide, who enjoyed a four-year spell at Stamford Bridge, believes that despite being already in the form of his life, Hazard must step up and accept more responsibility at the club as this will see Chelsea benefit as a result.
"I'm better. I think no one, only my wife, knows how big the a year ago was".
"The important thing is to find the right balance".