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Aguero’s treble at the Etihad Stadium was his second in a week and matched Alan Shearer’s record of 11 in the competition.
Jermaine Jenas was watching the action unfold with Shearer and he secretly filmed the ex-striker biting his pen at the moment Aguero completed his treble.
Jenas then asked ‘you alright, Al?’ before Shearer turned and saw his BBC colleague was filming.
Shearer then broke into a chant of ‘Sergio, Sergio’ before delivering a thumbs up to the camera and laughing.
Jenas then turned the camera back to himself and said: “He’s equalled, he’s equalled, one record is going to be gone soon.”
Aguero insists his hunger for goals comes second to his desire to win trophies. The treble was his 15th in City colours and it also saw him become the club’s leading scorer in league football with 160 goals, extending his overall tally for the club to 222 in the process.
Despite all the accolades, the Argentinian claims all that really matters is winning trophies and this emphatic victory took quadruple-chasing City back to the top of the Premier League.
Aguero said: “I am happy for the hat-trick and to break records in the Premier League and for the club.
“I try to keep those good memories, and special thanks to my team-mates for helping me, but what matters most is winning.
“I always try to play my game and help the team as best I can. My mentality is always to try to focus on my work and if it is with goals all the better.
“What matters to me is finishing the season in the best way and winning trophies.”
City brushed aside a surprisingly poor Chelsea at the Etihad Stadium, doing most of the damage in a whirlwind opening 25 minutes that yielded four goals.
Raheem Sterling opened the scoring after four minutes, Aguero added a quickfire double and Ilkay Gundogan also got on the scoresheet. Aguero completed his hat-trick from the penalty spot after the break and Sterling finished the rout late on.
Aguero’s afternoon could have been even more profitable as he missed a sitter in the early stages and later headed against the bar.
City now switch their attention to knockout football with games against Newport in the FA Cup, Schalke in the Champions League and Chelsea again in the Carabao Cup final before they are next in league action.