Vincent Kompany scored a stunning second-half goal to hand Manchester City a vital Premier League victory over Leicester at the Ethiad.
The 1-0 win sees City return to the top of the Premier League table, one point ahead of title rivals Liverpool ahead of the final day of the season.
After City’s vital 1-0 win over Leicester, Aguero was filmed speaking to captain Kompany and said: "I told you Vinny, don’t shoot… No, no!"
Pep Guardiola heaped praise on the ‘incredible’ Kompany following the victory, saying: "An extraordinary goal, definitely. We played incredibly, I expected Leicester to be more offensive than in their last games, but they defend so deep.
"It was a more than decent first half but an outstanding second half knowing what we were playing for. I am sorry for many people, but still we are there. Kompany has been here more than 10 years and he has helped with an incredible generation of players, they create this club.
"Vincent when he stepped forward in the big moments when he is fit is an incredible player." Kompany, meanwhile, said: "It’s not about the amount of goals you score it’s about when you score them. Today it was necessary. From the very start we had the right intensity to try and win this game. Kasper made some important saves and only I could beat him on a day like today! I’m just trying to contribute and today we went one step closer. We were putting pressure on, upping the tempo but found the last pass difficult."