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Maradona's way .. Aguero's historic shirt sold at auction

Maradona’s way .. Aguero’s historic shirt sold at auction

The shirt that Sergio Aguero wore when he scored his historic goal against Manchester City in 2012 has been auctioned off, according to press reports.

Aguero beat Manchester City 3-2 against their host Queen’s Park Rangers in the final minutes of the 2011-2012 season of the English Premier League.

The dramatic victory gave the Heavens team the English Premier League title, which was equal to that of its neighbors as it raised its balance to 89 points, except to go to its arch-neighbor Manchester United’s treasury. Aguero’s teammates were determined for the best goal difference.

This is Manchester City’s third title in the Premier League and the first in the Premier League era (since 1992).

The English-language “Sportbible” website said it would be put up for auction on a special website between May 24 and 25.

According to preliminary estimates, the price of the shirt at auction is expected to be between 20 and 30 thousand pounds.

The move comes just days after the shirt sale of Argentine legend Diego Armando Maradona, who scored a historic double century against England in the 1986 World Cup quarter-finals.

The shirt sold for more than 7 7 million after being expected to sell for only முதல் 4 to மில்லியன் 6 million, according to the British newspaper The Independent.

Aguero’s shirt was in the possession of a worker in the Manchester City dressing room, who sold it to a British antiques collector, who sold it at auction.

Profits from the sale of the shirt will be donated to various charities in the UK.

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