Sergio Aguero shares emotional message with Man City fans after UCL final defeat

Sergio Aguero has penned an emotional message to heartbroken Manchester City fans after the Argentine played his last game for the club.

After wracking up a City record 260 goals in 390 appearances – across all competitions – the 32-year-old called time on his hugely-successful decade at the Etihad Stadium last night.

It wasn’t quite the fitting farewell Aguero and supporters had dreamed up or imagined, though.

Indeed, after coasting to a third Premier League title in four seasons – in addition to winning another Carabao Cup – Pep Guardiola’s side were unable to complete what would have been a historic treble.

Germany forward Kai Havertz settled the scores in favour of Chelsea during the Champions League showpiece.

It was a verdict which left Aguero and many of his teammates in tears at full-time, but the Barcelona-bound striker has now reached out to City’s fans on social media.

Posting two images on Twitter, one of himself and one of the fanbase, he added a short caption: “[I’m] proud of this team and to have worn its colours for so many years. Manchester City, forever in my heart.”

Having signed for the Premier League club from Atletico Madrid in 2011, an iconic, last-gasp title-winning goal from Aguero in 2012 handed City their first top-flight crown since the competition was rebranded in 1992.

A further four league titles followed, along with six Carabao Cups and the 2019 FA Cup.

Aguero, who holds the record for most Premier League goals at one club (184), picked up the division’s Golden Boot in 2014/2015 and remains fourth in the all-time charts.