Sergio Aguero’s power and pace are now well known, but the Manchester City striker is not your typical goal-getter.

The Argentine’s habit of misplacing the ball often frustrates his team-mates, and it is rather embarrassing to watch, but it is also thrilling.

The 25-year-old can easily split a defence with a touch of magic. With his timing and touch, he reminds you of a combination of a striker and a winger. And he is just as terrifying to watch if he loses possession.

He can punish teams with a devastating finish and also bullied West Ham’s Angelo Ogbonna and Joe Hart in October for his goal against the Hammers.

But his unpredictability will become increasingly important if City are to beat Unai Emery’s side and keep in the Premier League title race.

The Gunners are likely to start with almost every player rested – there may be a chance to steal one or two points in the gap before the final game of the season at City, but the Gunners are no good if Arsenal don’t play from the front.