After 184 goals in 275 appearances, Sunday was Sergio Aguero's final Premier League game with Manchester City — and possibly his final appearance ever for the club, depending on what happens in the Champions League Final against Chelsea on Saturday. But he went out in style, coming on in the second half and scoring twice to help City to a 5-0 win over Everton. It was the call of his first goal of the day, though, that was probably the coolest moment of the game.
Martin Tyler was on the call for the final game of the 2012 season, when Aguero scored in the 94th minute — City had already scored once in extra time after being down 2-1 after 90 minutes — to give Man City the win over Queens Park Rangers and its first top flight English title since 1968. His call of the goal will still give you chills.
So when Aguero came on and scored in Sunday's match, Tyler did his best to re-create the call, if on a slightly different stage. And to make that moment even cooler, Tyler met up with Aguero prior to the game and gave him his match notes from the 2012 game against QPR as a parting gift.
Damn it, that's awesome. And it was only fitting to have Tyler on the call for what were likely Aguero's final two goals in a Man City uniform. Those two will be linked forever.
Hopefully City is able to send Sergio out with the only trophy he hasn't collected yet this weekend.