Sergio Aguero left Manchester City in a wonderful way after scoring a double after coming on as a substitute in his last game with the club to celebrate the title with a landslide 5-0 victory over Everton at the Etihad Stadium.
And Aguero began the match on the bench after Pep Guardiola surprisingly chose a strong starting lineup, although he will compete in the Champions League final next week, but the Argentine starred to end the season in Everton in tenth place.
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City, who had already won the title, put on a strong showing, and Kevin de Bruyne took the lead in the 11th minute before Gabriel Jesus made it 2-0 after three more minutes.
Everton had a chance to return to the match in the 37th minute after Robin Diaz caused a penalty kick after a foul against Richarlison, but Gilfi Sigurson wasted it after City keeper Ederson saved it. His first goal came after a great job in the 71st minute before he scored the second personal goal with a powerful header to crown City with a great night and end the tournament with 86 points, 12 points ahead of his closest pursuers.