Stoke 1-4 Man City
Aguero clipped home from the penalty spot 27 minutes in when Ryan Shawcross fouled Nicolas Otamendi in the box.
And the Argentina striker made it two just before half time when heading in Kevin De Bruyne’s cross.
Stoke rallied in the second half and pulled one back when Bojan scored a penalty after Raheem Sterling had blocked Shawcross.
Jonathan Walters had a late appeal for another penalty turned down and moments later Nolito tapped home from Kelechi Iheanacho’s pass.
And the Spaniard was there to make it 4-1 when Raheem Sterling selflessly offloaded into his path in stoppage time
The result maintain’s City’s 100 per cent start to the season as attention now turns to their Champions League playoff clash with Steaua Bucurest on Wednesday.