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The former Argentina international is an avid Twitch streamer and engages with fans regularly on the platform.
Earlier this week, he sat back and watched clips from his career and his dramatic title winner vs Queens Park Rangers in 2012 was one of them.
He won City their first Premier League title with the last kick of the game and after watching the moment back, he launched a massive rant.
Sergio Agüero on Twitch :speaking_head:
"People, you don't know what it's like in England! In England everybody, all the journalists, all the TV channels, everybody! They're all Manchester United supporters. Everybody!" pic.twitter.com/XhZOYbPksQ
- SPORTbible (@sportbible) March 24, 2022
"People, you don't know what it's like in England," he explained.
"In England, everybody, all the journalists, all the TV channels, everybody, they're all Manchester United supporters. Everybody!"
Aguero didn't mention any names or publications but seemed headstrong in his opinion.
The 33-year-old had a phenomenal record against United, scoring nine goals in 16 appearances against the Red Devils.
During his decade in England, Aguero won six League Cups, five Premier League titles and the FA Cup.
Aguero also became City's all-time top goalscorer and ended his career with 260 goals for the club.
He departed for Barcelona last summer, but tragically retired in December after being diagnosed with heart arrhythmia.
Aguero only managed to make four appearances for Barcelona, scoring once.
He's hoping to play a role in Argentina's World Cup campaign after retirement - as a coach.
The ex-Atletico Madrid striker revealed last month he's had chats with manager Lionel Scaloni and president Claudio Tapia about the proposal.
Scaloni confirmed on Thursday that Aguero has been offered an official role aheadof next winter's tournament.
"I would like him to be close to his teammates, that he brings us any problem or anything that could happen during a World Cup," Scaloni said per Indian Express. "In our coaching staff we have people that are close to the players, but sometimes a person of that magnitude can avoid some situations."
Aguero made 101 appearances for his country and scored 41 goals. He played in three World Cups and won the Copa America in 2021.
Featured Image Credit: Sergio Aguero/Twitch & Alamy
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