Sergio Aguero has chosen his favourite moment for Manchester City after the Barcelona striker confirmed his retirement from professional football.
The 33-year-old arrived at the Etihad Stadium from Atletico Madrid - for £36million - in 2011 and went on to score a City record 260 goals in 390 appearances.
Aguero won five Premier League titles, the Carabao Cup on six occasions and a solitary FA Cup winner's medal in 2019. He also picked up the English golden boot with 26 goals during the 2014/2015 season.
However, the Argentinian has been forced to hang up his boots prematurely after suffering a heart scare during one of five outings during a short spell at the Nou Camp.
During the press conference, Aguero revealed his favourite moment at City, which was the iconic late-minute goal to QPR, as it helped City get their hands on a first Premier League title in 2012. He said:
"I can be happy with the titles I have won. Anyone can always give a bit more - but I did everything as best as I could for me personally and the clubs. You play as a team. Everything that I did was for the team and to help the clubs.
"Obviously in City the goal I scored to help win my first Premier League and their first Premier League. The truth is I had a lot of beautiful moments there."
Source - MEN
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