Manchester City unveiled a statue of Aguero.
Problem: It looks like a crash
The Argentine was invited to inaugurate the statue to mark the tenth anniversary of the championship goal in 2012, with the network mocking him for resembling the German midfielder, who himself responded with ridicule
Saturday, May 14, 2022, 1:43 p.m.
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Summary: Wolves - Manchester City 5: 1 (Sport 1)
Yesterday (Friday) Manchester City marked the tenth anniversary of one of the greatest moments in the history of English football.
In the final round of the 2011/12 season, when they were 2: 1 behind the Queens Park Rangers, the Citizens scored twice in extra time, became 2: 3 and "stole" the championship at the last minute from city rival, Manchester United.
Sergio Aguero scored the last and unforgettable goal, and the club decided to thank him for this moment and the decade he spent at the club.
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Cross and Aguero (Photo: GettyImages, Robert Cianflone)
Apart from the team's stadium, Manchester City unveiled a statue of Aguero, when the Argentine player who retired from football this year also came to the event.
However, on social media they scoffed because the statue is not very similar to Aguero, but rather to another famous footballer - Tony Cross.
Surfers teased the Citizens about the incident and wrote: "It's weird that they asked Aguero to come to the unveiling of a statue of Cross," "Did you see the statue of Cross in Etihad? Aguero must be jealous of everything he did for the club."
Even Cross himself, when exposed to the statue, could not ignore it.
A BBC reporter photographed Aguero next to the statue and wrote "Sergio is here", a Real Madrid contact replied: "Are you sure?"