Aguero, Kane and the Goal Pressure Index Team of the Week

The Manchester City forward struck four past Leicester City on Saturday, while the Spurs star grabbed the winner in the north London derby

Sergio Aguero has now scored 15 Premier League goals on home turf this season, at least four more than any other player.

The City star scored the eighth hat-trick of his top-flight career during the 5-1 thrashing of Leicester City at the weekend, with each of his four shots on target being converted.

In doing so, Aguero scored 94//100 in the Goal Pressure Index, presented by Sure and powered by Opta data, to lead the Pressure Index Team of the Week.

The Argentina international's goals take him to just two behind Tottenham forward Harry Kane, who leads the top-flight scoring charts with 23.

The Spurs star was also on target this weekend, netting the winner against Arsenal and scoring 90/100 on the Pressure Index in the process. 

The 24-year-old now has seven in seven against the club who turned him down as a youngster, with another coming during a League Cup tie during the 2015-16 campaign.

Alongside Aguero and Kane, Liverpool's Roberto Firmino gets the final spot in the front three in the Team of the Week, thanks to a goal and an assist during the Reds' 2-0 victory at Southampton that earned him a Pressure Index score of 92/100.

Aguero, Kane and the Premier League Team of the Week

Aguero’s four goals and Kane’s winner cemented their places. But who else made the Goal Pressure Index Team of the Week?

Posted by Goal.com on Monday, 12 February 2018

Watch the video above to discover the full team. 

The Goal Pressure Index is presented by Sure, Official Partner of Chelsea FC, Everton FC and Southampton FC. Join the conversation on Twitter @Sure.

 

Next article:
Aguero not guaranteed a starting spot despite new contract, warns Guardiola
Next article:
Pierre-Francois Aubameyang hasn't agreed to coach Gabon
Next article:
Caf Champions League: Guineans hold breath as Horoya face historical moment against Al-Ahly
Next article:
‘He's still a threat’ - Liverpool’s boss Klopp defends Mohamed Salah
Next article:
Messi the best I've seen, says Argentina team-mate Lamela
Close