Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola could not have been any happier with what he saw with his side when the Citizens faced Watford on Saturday. The visitors smashed through the opposition like a freight train, winning the game 6-0 at full time. Veteran striker Sergio Aguero was the star of the show at Vicarage Road, when he clocked in an impressive hat-trick to help Manchester City clinch an emphatic win. Gabriel Jesus, Nicolas Otamendi, and Raheem Sterling also got themselves in the scoresheet. This marks Manchester City’s third successive Premier League win, made more commendable after the Blues have beaten Liverpool 5-0 just the week before. They’ve also managed to pip Dutch side Feyenoord 4-0 in the Champions League during their midweek fixture. The victory puts City in first place after five games with thirteen points, with fierce rivals Manchester United still to play on Sunday. Manchester City’s business started in the 27th minute. Kevin De Bruyne made a brilliant cross from a set-piece, sending the ball towards the box with Aguero heading in for the opening goal. The away side would score again five minutes later, with the Argentinian slotting the ball home from close range.