Condition: 8/10 Excellent. Small white mark on the lower reverse
Size: Adults Medium
Chest Measurement: 38-40 Inches / 97-101 CM
Colour: Red & black stripes
Material: 90% Polyester 10% Spandex
Player: Sergio Aguero
Official Umbro Manchester City away football shirt from the 2011/12 season. Complete with Kun Agüero #16 on the back of the shirt in official Premier League lettering.
Condition of this original football shirt is 8/10 – Excellent. Small white mark on the lower reverse (see photos).
Material is bright, vivid and smooth. Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing.
Five straight wins helped City wipe out the eight-point deficit against United, and they went into the final day's fixtures leading on goal difference. Facing relegation-threatened Queens Park Rangers, City needed to match or better United's result at Sunderland. By the 66th minute, QPR's Joey Barton was sent off after elbowing Agüero's teammate, Carlos Tevez in the face. Eventually after being show the red card, Barton proceeded to kick Agüero's knee, then attempted to attack Vincent Kompany, only for him to be held back by Micah Richards.
Despite that, QPR still went ahead 2–1 against City, while United were 1–0 up against Sunderland. In response, manager Roberto Mancini sent on strikers Edin Džeko and Mario Balotelli in an attempt to get the two goals City now needed for the title. Five minutes of injury time began for City with their and United's match scores still constant. Džeko equalised for City for a glimmer of hope, but United soon finished their own game with a victory.
In the 94th minute, Agüero, receiving the ball from Balotelli, drove into the penalty area and placed a powerful low shot into the corner of the goal, clinching the win and the title for Manchester City. Agüero's goal sent the City of Manchester Stadium into a frenzy and he was dragged to the floor jubilantly by his City teammates. Vincent Kompany recalled that Agüero was crying on the floor, and when asked if he cried during the Manchester City parade the following day, Agüero stated: "Yeah, a little".