Ever since Sergio Aguero was dropped for Manchester City's game against Barcelona, questions have been raised as to whether or not the prolific striker is part of Pep Guardiola's plans.
It's hard to see why the new City manager would even consider leaving out the Argentinian, who is the quickest player to reach 100 Premier League goals and who has already scored 13 times in just 12 games this term across all competitions.
Aguero was restored to the starting XI for Man City's trip to West Brom, and he made an immediate impact, giving his side the lead in the 19th minute - but what he did nine minutes later was simply stunning.
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As you can see in the video below, the 28-year-old took the ball off teammate David Silva before unleashing an unstoppable strike from 20 yards out from goal:
The lethal marksman didn't think twice, shifting the ball out of his feet and producing an incredibly powerful effort which flew past goalkeeper Ben Foster and into the top corner of the net.
His two goals at The Hawthorns moved Aguero onto seven in the league this term and level with Chelsea's Diego Costa at the top of this season's Premier League goalscoring charts.
Pep must find a place for Aguero
As Guardiola showed during his time at Barcelona and Bayern Munich, he likes to flood the midfield with players in order to dominate possession, but in Aguero, he undoubtedly has an incredible talent and one of the few truly world-class superstars in the English top-flight.
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