Happy Birthday Mr. 93:20

The fearless, talented and genius Argentinian striker, Sergio Kun Aguero has turned 29, today. Kun is no doubt one of the best strikers.

Kun started his club career with an Argentinian club named Independiente, in 2003. With total appearances of 54 matches scoring 23 goals. Then in 2006, he moved to Atletico de Madrid, where he spent 5 years. Then in July 2011, he moved to English Premier League by joining Manchester City. The most remarkable and memorable achivement the club has made was his 94 minute goal against QPR. It was his first season and that goal earned Manchester City the Premier League title after 44 years.

In his 6 years career with Manchester City, he broke and made several​ records for his club and himself. He holds the record for the most goals scored in a Premier League with 5 goals and fastest to score that is in 23 minutes and 34 seconds. He averages a goal in every 109 minutes in Premier League. He is the second highest scorer for his club with 169 goals.

At international level in 2008 Beijing Olympics, he scored 2 crucial goals in semifinal against Brazil  which lead Argentina to defeat Brazil 3-0 and qualified for final to win gold medal.

He has all these achivements in his career and a lot more are to come.

He was awarded FIFA young player of the year 2007.

He was chosen as the Premier League player of the month for 4 times.

He once won a Premier League golden boot in 2014-2015 season.

He was awarded Etihad player of the year twice.

His last minute goal was considered as the goal of the season by his club.

While playing for U-20 world up he won golden ball and golden shoe in 2007.

Some records that may be broken by him,

He might become Manchester City’s record goal scorer.

He can become one of the top three scorers for Argentina. He is currently on fourth position with 34 goals.

His mates, coaches, opponents praise him a lot for his passing abilities, pace and technique.

“Sergio is a photocopy of Romario, they are the same player”

—Roberto Mancini.

He compared Kun to former Brazilian striker, Romário, for to his pace, goalscoring ability, positioning, and technique.

“Sharp and clever”

—Osvaldo Ardiles

“Aguero possesses immense power, strength and an incredible work ethic, combined with his close control, dribbling skills, and strength to keep the ball”

—Lionel Messi

“Playing with him was one reason I joined Atletico Madrid. I’d first seen him on television in Argentina, where he made his debut aged 15 for my old team Independiente. A boy stood out against men. He scored one goal in a derby and I jumped up off the sofa in astonishment. Agüero has a natural instinct for scoring goals.”

– Diego Forlán, former Atlético team-mate

Happy birthday to


His passing ability, tactical intelligence, and vision, made him a capable assist-man. This man is capable of striking well with his left n right foot. That’s why he is titled as,


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