Psllivecricket t20 world cup 2022 Sergio Aguero bizarrely named in Malaysia squad for the Asia Cup …but there’s a good reason… – The Sun

Sergio Aguero bizarrely named in Malaysia squad for the Asia Cup …but there’s a good reason… – The Sun

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SERGIO AGUERO has been named in Malaysia's squad for the Asia Cup… but it's not the Manchester City and Argentina legend.
Malaysia kick off their AFF Championship against Myanmar on December 21.
And they've named Argentine-born Aguero in their squad.
But it's not THE Aguero, who scored 422 career goals while playing for the likes of Atletico Madrid, Man City, Barcelona and Argentina.
Attacking midfielder Aguero, 28, born six years after the now retired striker and 608 miles away from his birthplace of Quilmes, has Malaysian citizenship.
And so the Pahang Super League ace has decided to play in the Malaysia national team setup.
He made his debut earlier this month in an international friendly against Cambodia.
Aguero also featured in the 3-0 win over the Maldives.
It couldn't be THE Aguero, as the 34-year-old is currently in Qatar cheering on his former team-mates.
Argentina have made a sixth World Cup final, and their second in eight years.
However, this time they're looking to go on and win their third-ever world title.
In 2014, they cruelly lost the final to Germany in extra-time, at the hands of Mario Gotze.
Aguero's best pal, Lionel Messi, is a man on a mission and has five goals and three assists at the winter tournament.
The pair roomed together for many years, and Aguero was seen embracing the Paris Saint-Germain ace after the wins against Holland and Croatia.
Aguero also stood in the way of ex-Burnley ace Wout Weghorst as the Dutch striker tried to make peace with Messi, who was in no mood to play nice.
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