Agüero said goodbye to the Premier with two goals and a new record

Sergio Aguero He said goodbye to the Premier League today with two goals to win the champion Manchester City 5-0 over Everton and became the player with the most goals for the same club in the history of English football.

The Argentine striker started on the substitute bench but entered the second half 20 minutes into the game and was able to score two goals in his farewell at the Etihad stadium.

Six minutes after his entry, “Kun” made it 4-0 with a definition with his stamp with the outer face of the right boot and at 5-0 he became a giant to define with an accurate header.

With this double, Agüero broke a historic English record Wayne Rooney and became the player with the most goals in a single Premier club.

With 185 goals, the Argentine doubled the 183 that Rooney had converted at Manchester United.

Shortly after turning 33 (on June 2), Agüero had a dream farewell and will try to close a historic stage on May 29, in the final of the European Champions League against Chelsea. in Portugal.

The injuries that haunted him during the season did not allow him to have more prominence but “Kun”, with his quality intact, was able to close his historic cycle in English football with a smile.

Ten years after his arrival from Atlético de Madrid, the forward says goodbye as the top scorer in the history of the “citizen” club and as the most winning player.

Manchester City had won 13 titles in 131 years of history and with Agüero they won 15 titles in the last ten.

Five Premier leagues, one FA Cup, three Community Shields and six English League Cup is the record of Agüero’s passage through the celestial club.

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