• Fri. Aug 12th, 2022

After leaving Barcelona, Lionel Messi sent a touching message to Sergio Aguero.

Lionel Messi in a tearful press conference on Wednesday, paid a long homage to Sergio Aguero, a fellow Argentine who announced his retirement from sport.

After Sergio Kun Aguero’s retirement, Barcelona star Lionel Messi wrote a moving tribute on social media.

After Barcelona’s 1-1 draw with Alaves in late October, the former Manchester City forward was sent to hospital with chest difficulties.

The medical advise was to retire from football due to the possibility of his illness worsening.

The 33-year-old then conducted an emotional press conference on Wednesday, through his club Barcelona, in which he announced his retirement.

And Messi, a fellow countryman, was on hand to deliver a lengthy message of kindness.

Messi wrote, “Practically a full career together, Kun.”

“We had some extremely wonderful moments and some that were less so, but they all brought us closer together and made us more friends.” And we’ll continue to live them together outside of the field.

Sergio Aguero and Lionel Messi have had a number of memorable moments.

“Wishing you all the best in this new phase!!!” I adore you, friend, and I’m going to miss being with you on the field and when we meet up with the National Team!!!’

Messages from Sergio Aguero’s Fans

“With all the achievements you earned in England, and the immense delight of lifting the America’s Cup so recently… And the reality is that it hurts a lot right now to watch how you have to give up doing what you love because of what happened to you.

“You will undoubtedly continue to be happy because you are a joyful person, and those of us who love you will be with you.”

Now that a new period of your life has begun, I am confident that you will greet it with a smile and all the illusion that you have invested in everything.

Aguero finished his career with 427 goals in 786 games, 41 of which came for Argentina. In the Premier League, his goal rate of one every 108 minutes is the best in the competition’s history.

“This conference is to express that I have decided to stop playing football,” he declared during his announcement event. It’s a terrible time right now.

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