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Sergio Aguero bids farewell to Manchester City with a touching message: Thank you forever

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero bid farewell to the club after the end of his career today at the end of the season with an emotional message saying "Thank you forever", after the end of his team's match against Everton, which ended with a five-goal victory at the Al-Ittihad Stadium, in the 38th and final round of the League competition English.

Sergio Aguero wrote, on his official Twitter account, a message in English and Latin, saying: "Eternamente gracias! // Thank you eternally, Manchester City!" "Thank you forever, Manchester City."

The goals of the match were scored by Kevin De Bruyne 11, Gabriel Jesus 14, Phil Foden 53, Sergio Aguero 71 and 76, respectively, for Manchester City in one of the strongest offensive starts of the team.

And the legend Sergio Aguero became the most player in Premier League history to score one club with 184 goals, surpassing Wayne Rooney's record with just 183 after scoring two goals today.

Manchester City's first goal came from a fun assist for Algerian star Riad Mahrez, while the second came from De Bruyne, who contributed two goals during the first half.

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Jesus' goal came to become the second Premier League player to score 50 goals in the most famous tournament in the world, after his former team-mate Roberto Firmino.

Members of the Manchester City team, including players, technical, administrative and medical equipment, as well as the referees, organized an honorary passage for the legendary striker in his last match, which will be deposited at the Etihad Stadium after many years in which he represented the team and won many titles with him, minutes before the start of the team's match against Everton.

The defending champions Manchester City leads the Premier League table with 86 points, while Everton is tenth with 59 points, and Man City played today's match against Everton as a toll, especially as it decided the title in its favor since the 36th round of the English Premier League competition, but He sought to please the fans and not spoil the joy of tonight's coronation.

This comes 6 days before Chelsea will win the Champions League final on May 29 in Portugal, and it is the expected title for City, its management and its fans, as the club has never been crowned.