Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has returned to light training only two weeks after fracturing his ribs in a vehicle accident whilst on a break before the Citizens' clash with Chelsea at the beginning of October.
It was originally feared the Argentina global could miss up to eight weeks but, after he was examined by City's medical staff, they hoped that he would be back significantly sooner.
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The news is a big boost to the Citizens, with the striker having netted six goals in six Premier League appearances to help the Manchester giants to the top of the table.
Wednesday saw the majority of City's regular first team squad involved, as players return from around the globe following the global break.
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Aguero sustained the injury when a taxi he was travelling in crashed into a lamppost in Amsterdam less than 48 hours before the Premier League leaders signed off for the current worldwide break with a 1-0 win at Chelsea.
It is yet unknown if he will be fit enough to feature against Stoke City at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday.
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These included England defenders Kyle Walker and John Stones, fresh from back-to-back victories over Slovenia and Lithuania which ensured qualification for the 2018 World Cup.