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Video: Uganda’s Triplets Ghetto Kids dance with Man City legend Aguero at World Cup

Man Jose Kayima

Uganda’s Triplets Ghetto Kids made former Manchester City Sergio Aguero and Argentina striker dance at the World Cup.

In video shared by the Man City legend on his Instagram shows him having fun with the dance group.

The Ghetto Kids left for Qatar this month on an all expense paid trip ahead of football’s biggest soccer event.


They have toured several places around Qatar met different super stars including Actors, Musicians, and Sportsmen before they linked up with retired and ex-Manchester City forward Aguero.

Aguero announced his retirement from football at the age of 33 due to a heart condition in December last year.

The Manchester City record goalscorer had a short stint at Barcelona.

Aguero began his career at Argentinian club Independiente, scoring 23 goals between 2003-2006 before transferring to Atletico Madrid.

He enjoyed a fruitful period with the Spanish side, scoring 101 times in 234 appearances in all competitions and won the Europa League with the club in 2010 in addition to the UEFA Super Cup.

City signed Aguero from Atletico in 2011 and he became entrenched in the club’s history when he scored a dramatic late winner against QPR in the final game of the 2011/12 season to secure the team’s first Premier League title.

Aguero remained at City for 10 seasons, and broke Eric Brook’s record to become the club’s all-time top goalscorer in 2017.

He scored 260 goals for the club in 390 appearances and won a host of honours, including five Premier League titles, six League Cup trophies and an FA Cup, among others.


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