Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has named Sergio Aguero as the most complete striker in the Premier League despite him playing for arch-rivals Manchester City. The Argentina international has enjoyed another successful season in the English top-flight and he is currently leading the race for the Golden Boot with 18 goals in the bag.
Speaking to GQ Magazine, Rashford said that Aguero is probably the complete marksman in the Premier League, given he can find the scoresheet even on an off day. He added that Harry Kane and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are other big-name players, who could make the top three of the league in terms of centre-forward qualities.
Boca Juniors striker Carlos Tevez believes it would be understandable if Lionel Messi decides against turning up for Argentina again. The Barcelona superstar was heavily criticised after the South American nation flopped at the recent World Cup and they has since been speculation suggesting that he may retire from national team duty.
Speaking to Tyc Sports, Tevez admitted that there could be the possibility of Messi retiring from Argentina duty altogether amidst the constant criticism surrounding him since the World Cup, he said: “It would be understandable if Messi doesn’t return to the national team. When you give and then you are criticised, it becomes very difficult. I’ve been through that and at times you don’t want to go [to the national team].”