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Manchester City's record goalscorer, who will be leaving this summer after ten glorious seasons, elected against watching back his best ever career goals and instead looked at his moments of "sh*thousery".
Streaming live on his Twitch channel back in June, Aguero hosted a "fouls special" and went on YouTube to find all the horrible challenges he has produced.
And he provided commentary on all of the tackles, including two absolute shockers on David Luiz.
"It got messy. I got mad. I got in a huff," Aguero said on the horrendous red card challenge on the Brazilian in 2016.
"I get a lot of kicks. And well, I already knew. 'You can leave' he (the referee) said. I can't protest. That is from the hood. Those are neighbourhood tackles. And I got up as if nothing had happened."
The stamp on Luiz a few years earlier in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley, when he scored the winning goal, was far worse though.
With no VAR present, Aguero somehow avoided a red card.
"He got me mad here but the images are not good," Aguero explained.
"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."
He also watched back an incident with another Arsenal defender, with his sending off for a challenge on Calum Chambers in a friendly highlighted.
"I was p**sed off," the Argentine recalled.
"I was already mad at the guy. It was a red card, but it was a friendly match. I got mad, yeah."
Aguero has provided plenty of entertainment off the pitch as well as on it.
One one stream he phoned good friend and Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi for a quick chat, while he also provided priceless reactions to conceding against his virtual self and packing Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.
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