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Sergio Aguero announce his retirement from football, Look at some of his records

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Manchester City legend and Barcelona new striker Sergio Aguero hang up his boot from football on Wednesday. The Argentinian striker has announced his retirement at the age of 33 due to his heart condition. As recently Aguero had to do a heart diagnosis after he was admitted to the hospital on October 30 after facing breathing difficulties and chest pain during the match between Barcelona vs Alaves.

 

After he was taken to the hospital Barcelona announced a few days later that the Aguero will be out for three months. Therefore, the Argentinian said that “He stop playing professional soccer. It’s a very difficult moment for him but he was happy with his decision. He told that health comes first.

 

Aguero made the decision 10 days before his official announcement. He was very proud of his career and it becomes dream come true. Sergio Aguero just wanted to be a professional football and he never thinks that he would ever play in Europe,” Aguero further added.

 

The former Manchester City star and Argentina striker Kun Aguero joined the Catalan giants on a free summer transfer this season. After his move to Camp Nou Kun suffer a calf injury and could only make five appearances for Barca. However, Aguero has returned to the Spanish league after a decade. After his 10 successful seasons in the Premier League with Manchester City.

 

The 33-year-old Argentinan recently won his first national title with his national team Argentina as they become the Copa America 2021 champion after beating Brazil.

Moreover, Sergio made 175 appearances for Atletico Madrid with 74 goals. And he made 275 appearances for Man City with 184 goals. For his national side, he made 101 appearances and scored 41 goals.

 

On his retirement let’s see some of his records

1. Sergio Aguero has the record for the highest number of hat tricks in the Premier League with 12 on his name. Aguero was followed by former English footballer Alan Shearer.

2. Kun has the record of best minutes per goal ratio in the Premier League with 108 mins. And he was followed by legend Thierry Henry with 122 minutes per goal.

3. Sergio is the most goal scorer in a single Premier League match according to lesser minutes. He had scored 5 goals in just 66 minutes. Where other players like Dimitar Berbatov, Jermain Defoe, Alan Shearer and Andrew Cole has scored 5 goals but in 90 minutes.

4. He is the highest goal scorer of Manchester City with 184 goals. And he was follow by Raheem Sterling with 20 goals.

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