Sergio “Kun” Aguero was honored with the inauguration of a statue at the gate of the stadium in Manchester Cityten years after the conquest of the English team’s first title in the Premier League.
During that historic meeting, the now ex-soccer player scored the goal of the agonizing victory over Queens Park Rangers when the game clock showed the minute 93:20. This brand was adopted by the club and its fans as one of the most iconic moments in history. The memorable goal meant a cry of relief and happiness after 40 years without victories.
“eternally thank yousaid the “Kun” through a I post from Twitter. “The statue is fantastic and I am very happy for the titles. That goal in 2012 changed my life, changed the club and everything. For me it was the best moment of my life, it will be in my heart,” he added in dialogue with the BBC Sports.
Meanwhile, the club said in a statement: “The permanent statue of Agüero celebrates his extraordinary contribution to the success of the club and, in particular, his fundamental role in what was possibly one of the greatest moments in the history of the sport, for the that will be eternally remembered by fans of the Manchester City of all the world”.
the statue to Omen was revealed to fans through a special video to commemorate the occasion. It was built with thousands of welded pieces of galvanized steel, by the award-winning sculptor Andy Scott. Accompany those of the footballers Vincent Company Y David Silva.
Omen won 15 titles including five league titles, one FA Cup and a record six League Cups. After becoming the top foreign scorer in the league with 184 goals, nine more than the French striker Thierry Henrythis record allowed him to enter on April 21 the Premier League Hall of Fame.