Aguero, the forward, was driving to Man City's Etihad Campus training facility when his Range Rover Sport suffered severe damage in an accident.
The forward has been training at the City Football Academy this week as he is not on duty for Argentina over the worldwide break due to an unspecified injury.
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Aguero, 31, did not need medical attention and was able to train as normal ahead of facing Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday.
Nevertheless, speculations suggest that Sergio was the one driving the auto at the time.
City have confirmed that the Argentine emerged unscathed from the incident.
It was a standout performance for Jesus, who reached another milestone in his Manchester City career.
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The striker was not involved in Argentina's set-up over the global break and remained in the north-west instead.
Jesus is only eight behind Pedro, but Messi leads the way with an incredible 211 goals during four seasons under Guardiola at Barca.
The 31-year-old forward has once again been in fine form for the defending Premier League champions this season, as he is now level with Chelsea's Tammy Abraham atop the league's goalscoring charts through eight matches played.
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