Manchester City unveil more tributes to record scorer Sergio Aguero
Argentine striker will leave the club after Sunday's Premier League season finale
Manchester City unveiled further tributes to record-scorer Sergio Aguero ahead of his final game at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday.
Aguero, 32, will leave the Premier League champions following Sunday's season finale against Everton, ending a goal and trophy-laden decade at the club.
The Argentine was presented with a mosaic inspired by his first Manchester City goal, against Swansea City in 2011. The mosaic has been installed at the City Football Academy, beside a pitch that will now bear his name as a tribute to the club’s all-time record goalscorer.
Aguero, who has signed a two-year contract to join Barcelona next month, was also pictured with all 15 of the trophies he has won during his time in Manchester including five Premier Leagues, six League Cups and one FA Cup. He could still add one more to that collection should City beat Chelsea in Saturday's Champions League final.
He also posed for a photo at the Northern Quarter where a mural of his famous 2012 Premier League title-winning goal at 93:20 minutes has been painted.
Updated: May 23, 2021 07:10 PM