Diego Costa and Sergio Aguero sensational at 7/2 to net anytime
Coral are offering outstanding odds of 7/2 for Diego Costa and Sergio Aguero both to score anytime in a sensational midweek Champions League special.
Costa is arguably the hottest property on the continent right now, having dispatched eight times in six Premier League games. His latest flourish included a well taken goal against Aston Villa; however. he will be keen to make his mark in Europe, after scoring eight times for Atletico Madrid last term, helping the La Liga champions reach the final.
Goals for the Brazilian-born Spain striker have come largely because of the flagship supporting cast that feeds Costa’s appetite. With the likes of Eden Hazard, Cesc Fabregas, Willian and Oscar pulling the strings, up against a Sporting Lisbon defence that is yet to be really tested this term, he could run riot.
Sergio Aguero was largely impressive last time out as the Argentine netted first against Hull City, as reigning Premier League champions Manchester City recorded a 4-2 victory over the Humberside outfit. The 26-year-old is the joint top scorer at the Etihad on four goals and, going forward, City appear to be back to their attacking best.
Manuel Pellegrini’s men take on Roma at home, whose partially new defence is relatively untested so far this season by world class opponents. Aguero will also be boosted in confidence by the challenge laid down by his boss to win the Ballon d’Or.
“Aguero is among the best players in the world,” said Pellegrini ahead of the match with the Italian side that has never won in Manchester.
“Now it is up to him to make it and fight for the Ballon d’Or as the best player, because he has all the qualities you can ask of a football player.
“He is technically very strong, he is fast and he has a lot of power. He is very intelligent, able to play in his position in between midfield and attack.”
Whether or not he will, there is no doubt Aguero has talent, which is why he makes up this sensational anytime scoring double with Diego Costa at 7/2.