Argentine striker Sergio Aguero scored twice as Manchester City defeated Everton in what seems to be his last EPL game at the Etihad stadium.
Aguero who has won five Premier League titles bade an emotional farewell after the game. In an interview, he said, “Before the game, I felt so strange, the sensation is not good. I prefer to think about the good moments. I’m a striker, my target is to score goals, so I’m so happy because it’s my last game and to score two goals is fantastic for me.
“When I came here the first title for me was the most important, for the club and for me. Then Man City started to win more titles so I’m so happy because it’s not easy to be 10 years at one club, for me, it’s an honour.”
Manager Pep Guardiola also paid an emotional tribute to the Argentinian after the saying Aguero cannot be replaced.
He said: “We love him so much – he is a special person for all of us. We can not replace him. He showed his quality in those 30 minutes.
“It was a perfect end, a fairytale moment. It was so good. He made an incredible two goals to finish the game in a good mood and now we have five days to prepare for the final.”
Aguero has now scored a total of 260 goals across all competitions in 374 games, five EPL titles, six league cups, one FA Cup, and hopes to lift the Champions League trophy for City when they will play against Chelsea in Porto come May 29th.