History was made Wednesday night as Man City produced a fairly convincing win over Serie A league leaders Napoli.
The night saw the Premier League leaders claim their first ever victory in Naples, while star striker Sergio Aguero became City's all-time leading scorer.
The Argentinian claimed the third goal of a 4-2 win while bagging the record in the process. With 178 goals, it does not seem like Aguero will stop scoring anytime soon and Man City have been celebrating the milestone in style.
The Blue side of Manchester produced a video to commemorate the hard work of Aguero with appearances from friends and team-mates of the former Atletico man.
The video began with a congratulatory message from, countryman and former team-mate Pablo Zabaleta.
This was followed up by famous city fans, Noel and Liam Gallagher, who sang their message to the forward.
The video ultimately closed with a message from close friend, Lionel Messi, who was arguably the star of the clip.
The goal was monumental in showing the value of Aguero in Manchester, especially amid rumours of him not be favoured by manager Pep Guardiola.
Although Aguero was labelled a Man City 'legend' by the Spaniard earlier this week, it is important to note that Pep has a history of dismissing unsettled strikers, with Ibrahimovic and Eto'o serving as examples.
Matt Hughes reported to The Times:
“Sergio Agüero may have cemented his status as a Manchester City icon by breaking the club’s goalscoring record this week, but he is resisting Pep Guardiola’s demands for his players to fully immerse themselves into English life.
"Despite the manager’s insistence that English is the language of the dressing room at City and that all of the club’s foreign players take regular lessons, the Argentinian has yet to get to grips with the language six years after his arrival in the Northwest, and continues to communicate with most of his team-mates in Spanish.”
The future of Aguero is yet to be decided, however, Aguero's status as a City legend has been immortalised.
With Arsenal visiting the Etihad, you can expect a big impression to be made by the Argentinian.