Sergio Leonel Agüero del Castillo, known as Kun Aguero, was born in Argentina in 1988.
Sergio began his professional career at Argentine Independiente, where he became the youngest player to play in the Primera Division. After scroring 23 goals in 54 appearances for the club, Sergio made the move to Atletico Madrid in 2006.
Aguero quickly established himself as a bright young star- wining the Golden Boy, World Young Player of the year and the Don Balon. During his time at Atletico, Aguero helped the club to Europa League and Super Cup victory.
In 2011, Manchester City paid £35 million for Sergio to move over to the Premier League. Sergio went on to spend 10 years at the club, scoring 184 goals in 275 domestic league games. He is the fourth all-time Premier League goal scorer.
Sergio notably scored his iconic late goal on the final game of the season to win the club its first league title in 44 years.
Sergio won five Premier League titles, six League Cups, an FA Cup and three Super Cups at Man City.
After playing five games for FC Barcelona and scoring in his first El Clasico, Aguero was diagnosed with cardiac arrhythmia and forced into early retirement in 2021.
At international level, Sergio won a Gold medal with Argentina at the 2008 Olympics. He also represented his country at three World Cups and five Copa America competitions.