It's been an emotional 24 hours with tributes pouring in for the departing Sergio Aguero.
Our all-time record goalscorer is set to call time on his illustrious City career at the end of the 2020/21 season, following ten years of stellar service and unforgettable moments.
On Sunday, he bid an emotional farewell to supporters in his final game at the Etihad Stadium, fittingly marking the occasion with a brilliant brace to break yet another record, becoming the highest scorer for a single Premier League Club.
The footballing world have paid homage to the man widely regarded as the Premier League's greatest striker, while the Club and fans have also celebrated Kun's incredible career.
A statue has been commissioned in recognition of his legacy, and a mosaic was unveiled at the City Football Academy, commemorating his first ever goal for the Club.
Sergio was also photographed with all 15 of the trophies he has won during his time here in Manchester, and a mural of Sergio’s famous 93:20 moment has been painted in the Northern Quarter.
Kun himself went to check out the artwork, which adorns the side of a building on Dale Street, and even signed the piece!
View the video above to take a closer look at the painting with our time-lapse...