Nine years ago, Sergio Agüero conjured his never-to-be-forgotten moment to clinch Manchester City’s first Premier League title at the very last against Queens Park Rangers and now, the iconic striker had the chance to secure his club’s fifth – and their seventh top division championship overall.With City leading through Raheem Sterling’s goal, Agüero stood over a penalty in first-half stoppage time. Score it and City would surely stride towards the victory they needed to make sure of things with time to spare, enabling them to focus everything on their Champions League final date with Chelsea on 29 May. Related: Manchester City 1-2 Chelsea: Premier League – live! Continue reading…
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