Sergio Aguero has been voted as the most iconic Premier League player of the last decade and his goal against QPR to win the Premier League title must be the reason.
Given the context 'Aguerooooo' might be the best goal, and certainly the most iconic, of the last decade in the Premier League, as Manchester City secured their first title since 1968 with his last minute winner against QPR.
Now the Argentina forward has been voted as the most iconic player in the last 10 years by BBC Sport fans.
1. Sergio Aguero
2. James Milner
3. Jamie Vardy
4. Wayne Rooney
5. Vincent Kompany
6. Frank Lampard
7. Harry Kane
8. David Silva
9. Eden Hazard
10. David de Gea
11. N'Golo Kante
12. Robin van Persie
13. John Terry
14. Yaya Toure
15. Raheem Sterling
It will come as a surprise to most to see James Milner voted in second place but the Liverpool player has been Mr Versatile for both City and the Reds in successful teams of the past decade.
Milner also became an internet sensation thanks to parody account 'Boring James Milner' before he landed on social media himself to mimic the boring persona brilliantly.
As part of Leicester City's incredible title winning side and for his party and 'chat sh*t get banged' saying it's no such surprise to see Vardy in third place.
Wayne Rooney is the fourth most iconic player of the decade and could even return to the top tier if he manages to help Derby County to promotion.
Three time Premier League winning captain Vincent Kompany rounds off the top five, with the Belgian well known for scoring very important goals in the title race.
Who do you think is the most iconic Premier League player of the last decade?
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