​Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero was in scintillating form against ​Chelsea in the Premier League on Sunday, netting a hat-trick to help his side demolish the Blues 6-0 as Pep Guardiola's men continue to keep pace with Liverpool in the race for the league title.

The Argentinian star scored in the 13th, 19th and 56th minute, with his performance seeing him break or equal three separate records in the process. The 30-year-old has now scored 11 hat-tricks in his Premier League career, equaling the record set by the legendary Alan Shearer who finished with the same number in his career in England.

Aguero has also become the sixth player to score or assist 200 goals for one club in the Premier League, joining Wayne Rooney, Ryan Giggs, Thierry Henry, Frank Lampard, and Steven Gerrard on the list.

One record that Aguero holds outright for City is that he has become the club's all-time highest goalscorer with 160 to his name, overtaking the likes of Eric Brook and Tommy Johnson who scored 158 top flight goals for the club.

His performances off late has seen him move up in the Golden Boot race this season, with Aguero now level with Liverpool's Mohamed Salah on 17 goals.