Manchester City striker, Sergio Aguero has come out to say that his EPL-winning goal vs QPR is the most important of his life. He recently revealed that the amazing goal will never leave his head for the rest of his life.
According to him, all he wanted to do when he got he ball in the penalty box was shoot, and he always feels proud when he remembers that decision.
Aguero added that despite the moment the QPR goal created for his club, his greatest goal ever was against Pepe Reina and Liverpool.
His words, “That goal for me is the most important of my life. All the time, I watch that game and my family too, and my son. I think that goal will be all the time in [my] head,”
“When I touched [the ball] before the goal, I thought: ‘Ok, maybe it’s a penalty’, the centre-back touched but not strongly, just a little bit. Then I thought: ‘I just have to shoot’ and when I shoot, the decision is to always shoot at strong as possible to the first post and I had to be lucky. Then for two or three days, I didn’t believe it.”
“For us, it was a little bit nervous because we had to win but what happened in the second half, when I looked at the time, it was 88 minutes and it was 2-1, I thought: ‘No, I can’t believe it’.”
“I love all the goals but that goal [against QPR] is special. I scored many goals against [Manchester] United, Chelsea or Tottenham, but for me, my greatest goal was against Liverpool.”
“If you remember Pepe Reina, he went to find the ball and then [Gareth] Barry passed to me. I thought ‘I’ll shoot at the goal’ and then I looked and I didn’t have the angle, it’s too difficult. For me, that goal is so good.”
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