Manchester City have unveiled a permanent statue of club legend Sergio Aguero at Etihad Stadium on the tenth anniversary of the historic ‘93:20’ goal.
The Argentine striker struck late against QPR in 2012 as Man City won their first Premier League crown in a decade, a moment considered the most iconic in the competition's history.
The statue is the third to be put up outside the Etihad Stadium, joining the ones of Vincent Kompany and David Silva.
Reflecting on his statue, Sergio Aguero said: “Truthfully, it is a very beautiful thing for me, to see myself 10 years ago is very moving.
In those 10 years I was able to win a lot of trophies and was able to help the Club become one of the most important in the world.
I am very grateful to the Club for making this statue in recognition of my football career in Manchester. It is something very special.”
Aguero, who was recently inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame, won fifteen major trophies during his time at the club, including five Premier League titles, one FA Cup, and a record six League Cups.