Sergio Aguero will forever be associated with the final day of the 2011/12 Premier League season. On May 13, 2012, the Argentine striker scored a late, late goal to win Manchester City their first ever Premier League title, capping a remarkable 3-2 win against Queens Park Rangers, having trailed as the clock hit 90 minutes.
Aguero's title-winning strike, better known as the 93:20 goal, is arguably the most famous, dramatic and inspiring moment in City's 128-year history.
It was a moment that freed City from the 'typical City' curse, kickstarted an era of dominance and reduced grown men to tears.
However, Aguero was not the only hero that day. Without the understated contributions of others, Aguero would never have got the chance to write his name into football folklore.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk