Neil Warnock reignited his feud with Pep Guardiola before Manchester City's return to Cardiff by reminding him that Kevin De Bruyne was guilty of a unsafe challenge on one of his players the previous time that they met.
The Club's all-time leading goalscorer now has 204 goals in all competitions.
Aguero is City's all-time record scorer with 204 goals, including the stoppage-time victor against Queens Park Rangers in 2012 that won a first top division title in 44 years.
Cardiff City meanwhile are still without a victory this season and have racked up just two points after five games.
With the game against City, Cardiff are completing the rude-awakening trio of consecutive games against Premier League powerhouses Chelsea, Arsenal and City.
"But he's still young and they have a gap to improve, we have to help in the final third, to take decisions, to find spaces".
"I appreciate it a lot so thank you and I'm so happy they can extend their contracts and stay 10 years in the club".
"It's the most important thing for Gabriel Jesus to know he can improve and pay attention in the training sessions".
"I didn't convince him, he decided for himself so that's why I say thank you so much for trusting in us", Guardiola told a news conference. Afterward, the City boss was unhappy with the physical approach of Neil Warnock's side.
"He has a little problem in his ankle, his foot", Guardiola said.
The Premier League match between Cardiff and Manchester City will be broadcast live on CNBC. "Why should they? They ran, they fought, tried to make a comeback".