Kun Sergio Agüero's career numbers

Sergio Aguero he had to prematurely interrupt his professional career, at the age of 33, due to a heart condition.

Kun was born on June 2, 1988 in Quilmes, Buenos Aires. He started his career as a footballer in Independent, with which he debuted by Oscar Ruggeri on July 5, 2003, in the Clausura tournament against San Lorenzo.

With 15 years, 1 month and 3 days, became the youngest player to debut in the First Division of Argentine Soccer, beating the record set in 1976 by Diego Armando Maradona.

In the King of Cups, the forward played 56 games and scored 23 goals, being remembered especially for his fantastic goals in the Avellaneda classics against Racing.

For the 2006/07 season was sold for 20 million euros to Atlético Madrid, setting a record for both Argentine soccer and the Spanish entity.

He stayed for 5 years in the Colchonero club. Played 234 games, scored 101 goals and formed a sensational attack duo with Diego Forlán, with whom won the 2009/10 UEFA Europa League and the 2010 UEFA Super Cup.

In 2011, his transfer to the Manchester City, where he established himself as one of the great idols of the institution. What’s more, With 260 goals, he is the top scorer in the club’s history.

Kun was key in the 2011/12 Premier League title with which Manchester City he ended a 44-year streak without being able to establish himself in the domestic league. In addition to scoring the championship goal, he was on the podium for top scorers (23).

With 181 goals, he is the 4th highest all-time scorer in the Premier League, as well as the foreigner with the most entries in the contest, being ahead of figures such as the French Thierry Henry (175) and the Dutch Robbie van Persie (144).

Recorded 390 presences and 260 goals for Manchester City, with whom he obtained 15 trophies: Premier League 2011/12, 2013/14, 2017/18, 2018/19 and 2020/21, FA Cup 2018/19, Community Shield 2012, 2018 and 2019 and English League Cup 2013/14, 2015/16 , 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20, 2020/21.

The Argentine striker too holds the Premier League record for most hat tricks with 12. Alan Shearer’s record (11) had stood from 1999 until Agüero broke it on January 12, 2020.

In addition, the former City player scored at least 20 goals in 6 different Premier League seasons. It is the second most in history after Alan Shearer’s 7.

On the other hand, Agüero also stepped forward in the most important situations. He scored 44 goals in his career against the 6 big clubs (Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham) in his Premier League career. That’s the third most in the competition’s history behind Alan Shearer (56) and Wayne Rooney (45).

After making history in the City, he landed on May 31, 2021 in Barcelona, where He could only play 5 games In the season. His only goal was scored against Real Madrid in his first Classic.

Since 2006 he has been part of the Argentina Selection, occupying the 3rd place in the table of maximum historical gunners (41 goals in 101 PJ).

Participated in the 2010 FIFA World Cups South Africa (3 PJ), Brazil 2014 (5 PJ), Russia 2018 (4 PJ and 2 goals). In addition, he played the Copa América Argentina 2011 (4 PJ and 3 goals), Chile 2015 (5 PJ and 3 goals), USA 2016 (4 PJ and 1 goal), Brazil 2019 (6 PJ and 2 goals) and champion in Brazil 2021 (4 PJ, 1 goal), in Maracana itself.

Was consecrated champion of the FIFA U-20 World Cup in the Netherlands 2005 and Canada 2007 editions (Ballon d’Or and top scorer, with 6). It was also Gold Medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics (2 goals in 5 PJ).

[Fuentes: ESPN Stats & Info y @DataFactory]