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Sergio Aguero has been told that he has done a John Terry after he joined in with Argentina’s World Cup celebrations.
The Manchester City and Argentine legend sprinted from the stands onto the pitch after La Abiceleste won the World Cup on penalties. Aguero would have likely played a part in Argentina’s victorious campaign had a heart issue not forced him to retire from the beautiful game.
Nevertheless, Lionel Messi and the rest of the jubilant South Americans embraced Aguero as if he had scored one of the penalties in the shootout. And his post-match celebrations triggered memories of John Terry putting on a full Chelsea kit and joining in with celebrations when the Blues won the Champions League in 2012.
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“John Terry, no sorry, Sergio Aguero is on the pitch,” one fan wrote on social media. “Sergio Aguero has gone full John Terry mode,” another added.
“Sergio Aguero couldn’t resist a bit of John Terry full kit action,” one other fan tweeted. “Sergio Aguero on the pitch in a jersey. That’s very John Terry no,” added another.
“Sergio Aguero on the pitch with a shirt and shorts on… this could upstage anything John Terry did,” commented one other supporter. Aguero may not have played a part in the game, but he certainly kicked every ball throughout the contest.
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He likely believes Argentina were cruising to their third World Cup final triumph when Lionel Messi and Angel Di Maria put La Abiceleste into a 2-0 lead. However, two goals in two minutes from Kylian Mbappe completely flipped the momentum of the contest.
In extra-time, Argentina again looked to had won the competition when Messi bundled home a rebound from close range. However, Mbappe popped up again by striking a 25 yard effort against the arm of Gonzalo Montiel, before slotting the resultant penalty.
But when the dreaded spot kicks were called upon, Emiliano Martinez was the hero for Argentina, saving from Kingsley Coman before winning the battle of nerves with Aurelien Tchouameni, who fired his penalty wide of the goal.
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