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Aguero took on Manchester City teammate Oleksandr Zinchenko in the City Football Group FIFA Challenge on Saturday.
Both men played as City and it was the Ukrainian who took the lead - thanks to in-game Aguero.
As the Argentine slotted past Ederson, Zinchenko can be heard singing 'Sergio, Sergio' as the real Aguero looked on with a smirk on his face.
:joy: Zinchenko scoring against @aguerosergiokun with @aguerosergiokun!
Catch-up with everything that went down at the CFG @EASPORTSFIFA Challenge today.
:large_blue_circle: #ManCity pic.twitter.com/4RLtL0LbtB
- Manchester City (@ManCity) June 13, 2020
Zinchenko then busted out the 'floor spin' celebration which means he is THAT guy you never want to face online.
Taunting the real Kun with that celebration from Fifa Kun is just straight up a life goal :joy:- Jaidev (@jaidevtripathy) June 14, 2020
See, he's confused on how to react. Lol- Zaid (@z3hd3) June 13, 2020
Yesterday's tournament featured eight different clubs part of the City Group, including Melbourne City, Girona and Mumbai City among others.
Pep Guardiola's side return to Premier League action against Arsenal on Wednesday.
Aguero himself has become the highlight of lockdown for some fans with his regular Twitch streams keeping everyone entertained.
Recently, the 32-year-old decided to look back on some of the worst tackles he has made in his career - with two lunges on David Luiz standing out.
:flushed: @aguerosergiokun reacts to four of his worst tackles in a #ManCity shirt:- Man City Xtra (@City_Xtra) June 11, 2020
:flag_br: vs D. Luiz 
:flag_br: vs D. Luiz 
:flag_nz: vs W. Reid 
:flag_black: vs C. Chambers 
:joy: "That's from the hood, those are neighbourhood tackles!"
[via YT: Nicolas]pic.twitter.com/uxbsx1gXcW
Luiz played for Chelsea in both instances and Aguero, who has been sent off four times in his career, received his marching orders twice for slicing down the Brazilian.
Aguero has been known to have an aggressive streak and his first incident with Luiz proved it.
"He got me mad here but the images are not good," he said of the FA Cup semi-final in 2013.
Aguero launched himself into Luiz when he was on the ground and somehow escaped a red card.
"He got me mad here but the images are not good.
"Yeah, he elbowed me and he was provoking me but that's just football. If you provoke me, I might hit you. It's no big deal. For me, it's all good. Sometimes I can get pi**ed off, can't I?"
The second bust-up with Luiz came back in 2016 when Aguero lodged his studs into Luiz's knee.
"It got messy. I got mad. I got in a huff," the 32-year-old reacted.
"I get a lot of kicks. And well, I already knew. 'You can leave' he [referee Anthony Taylor] said. I can't protest. That is from the hood. Those are neighbourhood tackles. And I got up as if nothing had happened."
He also rang up the one and only Lionel Messi for a quick chat in one stream.
Featured Image Credit: Manchester City
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