Mauricio, brother of striker Sergio Aguero, criticized Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola for his treatment of the Argentine striker.
Aguero began the Champions League final, yesterday, Saturday, against Chelsea from the bench, and participated from the 76th minute instead of Raheem Sterling, but he did not leave a trace in the confrontation that ended with Chelsea’s crowning the title.
Immediately after the end of the match, Mauricio posted a tweet on his Twitter account, writing, “Since his arrival at Manchester City, Guardiola has never loved my brother.”
The tweet was deleted after a short time, following criticism of the brother of the Argentine striker. But he returned later and published another tweet in which he wrote, “You can win or lose in the final, but you cannot play this way,” referring to the plan adopted by Guardiola in the match.
Yesterday’s match was Aguero’s last appearance in the Manchester City shirt, after 9 seasons, during which he scored 260 goals in 390 games in all competitions.
The Argentine striker is close to joining his friend Lionel Messi at Barcelona club, and press reports said today that he will undergo a medical examination, tomorrow, Monday, in preparation for signing with the Catalan club.