Aguero suffered a broken rib in the smash. (KaWijKo Media via AP)
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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola insisted he isn't concerned by his players' off-field activities just hours after Sergio Aguero was involved in a car crash in the Netherlands. City were forced to rule out Aguero for Saturday's clash at Premier League champions Chelsea after the Argentina forward was a passenger in a taxi that crashed on its way to the airport in Amsterdam Thursday evening.In a statement, City said Aguero was in Holland "on his day off" and Guardiola was adamant his star had done nothing wrong.The Argentine is one goal away from equaling City's all-time scoring record of 177, set by Eric Brook in the 1930s. He'll now have to wait to pass that tally, and it has been reported City will be without his services for around two months following the crash in the De Boelelaan area of Amsterdam.Guardiola also confirmed City captain Vincent Kompany won't be involved at Stamford Bridge.
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