MANCHESTER, United Kingdom: Sergio Aguero ended the game at Manchester City in style with two goals in the 5-0 Premier League (EPL) win over Everton before clinching the trophy for the fifth time in his time at the Etihad.
The City top scorer, who will leave the club after next week’s Champions League final, scored two quick goals after coming off the bench with 25 minutes left in the game.
The goal added early goals scored by Kevin De Bruyne, Gabriel Jesus and Phil Foden as City showed no sign of lacking ahead of their meeting with Chelsea in Porto.
“When I come here, the first title for me is the most important, for the club and me, then Man City start winning more titles so I’m very happy because it’s not easy to be 10 years at one club, for me it’s an honor,” he told Sky Sports.
“Before the match I felt very weird, it wasn’t that good. I’d rather think about a good moment,” he said, hoping to make it to the Champions League final.
The manager, Pep Guardiola wept after the final whistle in Manchester, describing Aguero as a “special individual for us all.”
“He helped us a lot,” the City boss said. “We can’t replace him. There are a lot of players at this club, Joe Hart and David Silva helping us become the club we see today.”