FC Barcelona can finally count on Sergio Kun Aguero. The Argentine striker, who came over on a free transfer from Manchester City in the summer, was missing the first months of the season due to a calf injury. Agüero made his unofficial debut for Barcelona on Wednesday in an exhibition game behind closed doors against third division Cornellà (2-2).
The 33-year-old Argentinian, Manchester City’s all-time top scorer with 260 goals, participated for half an hour and was immediately accurate. The other goal of Barcelona came from Philippe Coutinho. It was intended that Ousmane Dembélé would also make his comeback after a lot of injuries, but the French attacker remained sidelined against Cornellà.
FC Barcelona will receive Valencia on Sunday evening at Camp Nou, which can be completely filled with spectators for the first time in more than 1.5 years. Three days later, coach Ronald Koeman’s team will play at home against Dinamo Kiev in the Champions League and then the ‘Clásico’ against Real Madrid is on the program.
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