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Sergio Aguero Is Phil Foden's Number One Fan, His Reaction To His Goal Is Outstanding

Sergio Aguero Is Phil Foden's Number One Fan, His Reaction To His Goal Is Outstanding

He watched the game alongside former Manchester City teammate Mario Balotelli.

Sergio Aguero and Mario Balotelli had the best time watching Tuesday night's Champions League semi-final clash between Manchester City and Real Madrid – and they posted their reactions to every goal on TikTok.

The former City teammates, who spent three years together at the Etihad between 2010 and 2013, tuned in to watch a seven-goal thriller between two of the best teams in world football, as the likes of Karim Benzema and Phil Foden stole the show.

Foden, a former teammate of Aguero, produced one of his best performances in a City shirt last night. In fact, you could argue that he deserved the Man of the Match award after a fine display against the La Liga leaders.

He was sharp throughout and in the 53rd-minute, the England international bagged himself a deserved goal after a great cross from stand-in full-back Fernandinho.

After he headed home to make it 3-1, a delighted Aguero waxed lyrically about the 21-year-old midfielder. In fact, he suggests that he was the person who told Pep Guardiola to make Foden a starter in the first-team.

You can see the full clip from Aguero's TikTok account below. This is brilliant.

And before you ask, yes, Aguero did react to Karim Benzema's audacious 'panenka' penalty. You can see that clip below.

Aguero, of course, is responsible for scoring the most historic goal in Manchester City's history [that last minute winner against QPR to win the Premier League] after Mario Balotelli's only assist in 70 league games.

In an interview with Match of the Day magazine, Aguero revealed what he said to Balotelli before the goal.

"I don't get asked everyday about this goal, but it is every so often," he said. "When anyone mentions a goal in the last minute or if QPR come up in the news I think about it.

"I looked up at the scoreboard and it said 88 minutes. It was 2-1, we were losing. I said to myself - that's the Premier League, we're going to lose the Premier League here.

"We carried on, we got the corner and Dzeko scored the equaliser. QPR got ready to restart the game.

"I said to Mario Balotelli 'Stay close to me, I'm going to try and play a one-two at some point'. Mario just went 'Yeah, yeah, yeah!' I don't know if he was actually listening to me! He is a bit crazy so maybe he didn't understand!"

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Featured Image Credit: @kunaguero/TikTok

Topics: Mario Balotelli, Sergio Aguero, Manchester City, Champions League, Real Madrid, Phil Foden