It is no longer news that Manchester City Eliminated Paris Saint-Germain from the Champions League on Tuesday night after defeating the French Ligue 1 Champions in the Semi-final on a 4-1 aggregate scores to reach its first ever Champions League final. Thanks to Riyard Mahrez fine form giving Manchester City the lead at Parc the princes and scoring a brace at the Etihad on Tuesday night.
During the game in the 85th minutes Phil Foden was taken off for Sergio Aguero but before then the fourth official got Auguero 's Jersey number wrong Instead of number 10, the official inputted 9, Aguero facial reaction to this was epic.
Fans have reacted to Aguero's facial expression when the fourth official got his number wrong, as some said the story would have been different if this mistake happens in Africa, while some see him a future Barcelona no 9.
A fan wrote: "There are mistake everywhere.. The story would have been different if it was in Ghana or Africa."
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