MAnchester City unveiled a monument dedicated to Sergio Aguerothe top scorer in the history of the club.
The opening took place on the 10th anniversary of his last-minute victory over Queens Park Rangers to win the Premier League title in 2012.
The OmenThe statue was created by a famous sculptor Andy Scott and stands next to his former teammates Vincent Company and David Silva near the Etihad stadium.
“Permanent Statue The Omen honors his outstanding contributions to the success of the club and in particular his pivotal role in what is arguably one of the greatest moments in sporting history, for which he will forever be remembered Manchester fans around the world,” the club said in a statement.
Back in 2012 Manchester one had to win on the last day of the Premier League season to clinch the title.
They were down 2-1 with minutes remaining before Edin Dzeko equalized in stoppage time and then came The Omenan unforgettable moment.
Aguero thanks Manchester City
“To tell the truth, it’s very beautiful for me, seeing myself 10 years ago is very touching,” he said.
“During these 10 years I have been able to win many trophies and have been able to help the club become one of the most important in the world.
“I am very grateful to the club for creating this statue in recognition of my football career in Manchester. It’s something special.”
The Argentine has arrived Manchester bold Atletico Madrid in 2011 and won 15 trophies during his time in England, including five Premier League titles.