Sergio Aguero scored a final day brace to break Wayne Rooney's record for most goals scored for a single Premier League club.
Aguero is set to leave Manchester City after the season has finished, following the Champions League final, after 10 years with the Premier League champions.
He started the final game of the league season, against Everton, on the bench for Pep Guardiola's side and came on in the 65th minute with City already 3-0 up.
However Aguero wasn't going to take things lightly on his final appearance at the Etihad Stadium as a City player and the 32-year-old scored twice, in the 71st and 76th minutes.
Whilst the two goals weren't enough to take him further up the all time Premier League table, he is fourth overall, it did break Rooney's record of most goals scored for one club.
The Derby County boss scored 183 goals for Manchester United and Aguero's two takes him to 184 for City.
:star:Sergio Aguero - the final PL summary:- Sky Sports Statto (@SkySportsStatto) May 23, 2021
184 goals in 275 PL apps for @ManCity
4th most PL goals overall
Most PL goals for a single club
A record 12 PL hat-tricks
Scored v 32 of 33 PL opponents
:rotating_light:Record Alert: Sergio Aguero sets a new record (184) for the most goals scored for a single Premier League club.- City Xtra (@City_Xtra) May 23, 2021
Sergio Aguero has broken Wooney Rooney's record for most goals in one club. Wow. :heart:- City Chief (@City_Chief) May 23, 2021
AGUEROOOOO! WHO ELSE? :flag_ar:- Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) May 23, 2021
Sergio Aguero hits the back of the net on his final ever Manchester City appearance. It was written in the stars! :clap:
:tv: Watch #MCIEVE on Sky Sports PL pic.twitter.com/LzT4fEYolI
Aguero started his life as a Manchester City player in England's top tier in August 2011 when he was a substitute for the game against Swansea City.
In that game he came on with City 1-0 up and scored a brace as Roberto Mancini's side went on to win 4-0.
It was his opening contribution in a season that would famously end with him scoring in the last minute of injury time on the final game of the season, to win the club's first Premier League trophy.
He has gone on to win five league titles, one FA Cup and six League Cups in his decade with the club.
Next Saturday he will have the chance to add one more piece of silverware, with City heading to Portugal to face Chelsea in the Champions League final, before heading off to his next club.
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