But it was some less spectacular contributions - notably that of Steven Davis (£5.0m) - that gave Roshan the edge over his rivals.
He was one of only 62,000+ managers, or 2.2%, who owned the Northern Ireland international.
Xherdan Shaqiri (£5.9m) was another of his unfashionable heroes.
Roshan's player choice was perfect.
He had picked out the two scorers in the Man City and Manchester United backlines, as both Nicolas Otamendi (£5.6m) and Antonio Valencia (£6.5m) provided clean sheets and goals to return 12 and 15 points respectively.
They each scored only a single goal in 2016/17.
An unbeaten tally of 146 points owed much to Aguero's hat-trick and assist, but it was Roshan's recruitment in defence and risk-taking in midfield that proved vital.
In his second FPL season (he finished outside the top 3.5 million in 2016/17) his unrivalled Gameweek total lifts him more than 1.6 million places to rank 55,524 in the world.
Roshan claims a copy of FIFA 18, a Nike Ordem V match ball and an FPL mug, all packaged up in an FPL rucksack as his Manager of the Week prize.