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Sergio Aguero will forever be remembered in the annals of Premier League history due to his title winning goal in injury time for Manchester City against QPR, and the fan footage is incredible.
Aguero sadly had to retire from football on Wednesday morning, after suffering from a problem with his heart following Barcelona's game with Alaves in October.
The striker hadn't been seen since then and rumours started circulating that the end of his career was coming, before the official announcement.
He will most fondly be remembered for his time in England with Manchester City, where he won the league on five occasions, but the first one will remain one of the greatest moments in Premier League history.
City looked to have blown the title on the final day of the season, as they were losing to QPR whilst rivals Manchester United were beating Sunderland.
The full time whistle had blown at the Stadium of Light when Edin Dzeko equalised at the start of injury time for City, meaning the title was still heading to Sir Alex Ferguson.
However, with literally seconds to go Aguero scored the winning goal and produced one of football's most dramatic season endings ever.
Everyone has heard Martin Tyler's brilliant 'Aguerooooooo' commentary but the goal from fan footage may be even better.
You don't even see the ball go in from the fan footage inside the Etihad but it's the pure joy unconfounded from the rest of the crowd that makes the moment.
It was City's first league title since 1968 and it really kicked off a period of dominance for the club, in which they won five titles in the next nine years.
During his time in England, Aguero scored 260 goals in 390 appearances for the club and also won the FA Cup and six League Cup trophies.
Despite his incredible record at City, he was amazingly never named the PFA or FWA Player of the Season and was only twice in the team of the year.
Aguero started his career at Independiente before moving to Atletico Madrid, with his sale to La Liga essentially paying for the Argentine club to refurb their stadium.
After five seasons with Atletico, in which he won the Europa League, he moved to City where he became a truly world class striker.
He left the Etihad last summer to join Barcelona, where he expected to play with his good friend Lionel Messi, before the seven time Ballon d'Or winner left for PSG before that was the case.
The 33-year-old managed just five appearances for the Catalan giants before having to call it a day but he did manage to help win the Copa America last summer.