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Aguero will leave Man City at the end of the season following a trophy-laden career in England.
And he was given a fitting send off on his final appearance at the Etihad as a Man City player.
The 32-year-old got a double guard of honour as he was named on the bench on his penultimate game for the club.
Sergio Aguero given a guard of honour by his Manchester City teammates :blue_heart: pic.twitter.com/OuDGqTBt8h
- Football Daily (@footballdaily) May 23, 2021
:crown: A double guard of honour for the one and only Sergio Aguero #MCFC pic.twitter.com/hi5hHIrdtF
- Manchester City News (@ManCityMEN) May 23, 2021
Aguero has won the lot since joining the Blues in 2011 and he has the chance to improve his trophy collection when his team play Chelsea in the Champions League final next weekend.
The Argentine, who is in talks with Barcelona, has achieved legendary status at the club and he has been honoured with a stunning mural.
Speaking about THAT moment against Queens Park Rangers, he said: "It is the best memory I'll ever have in my head. I don't think it will happen again in another country or in this one.
It's an emotional day for City fans as supporters prepare to say farewell to Sergio Aguero.- Manchester News MEN (@MENnewsdesk) May 23, 2021
Ahead of his final league game for the club, a huge mural of the Argentine ace has been painted in the Northern Quarter pic.twitter.com/vQ55qcsfXN
"It was the best moment of my life. Every time I watch the goal with my friends or my son shows it to me, it feels like yesterday even though a lot of time has passed.
"It was just so crazy. So amazing. We won more titles after that but the celebrations that year were very different. We went with our families and everyone from the club to party that night.
"We were all still in shock. I think we celebrated for two days in a row. It was incredible. We would shout, 'Champions, champions!' all the time. We were just so happy. It was a unique moment."
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