THE shirt worn by Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero when he scored a Premier League-winning goal is set to net £20,000.

The Argentine joyously peeled off the No16 top after his last-gasp goal clinched a 3-2 victory over QPR to ensure City won the 2011/12 title.

The football relic is expected to gather upwards of £20,000 for charity


The football relic is expected to gather upwards of £20,000 for charityCredit: Manchester City FC

TV commentator Martin Tyler exclaimed “Aguerooo” as he scored in the fourth minute of added time on the final day of the season.

Now the unwashed shirt — still sporting champagne stains from post-match celebrations — is going under the hammer.

It was obtained by a City kitman, who later donated it for museum display.

It is expected to fetch between £15,000 and £20,000 for charity when it is sold by Hansons Auctioneers on November 3. Sergio, 34, is also known as Kun Aguero — the name on the back of his shirt.

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Diego Maradona’s shirt from the 1986 World Cup Hand of God match against England sold for £7.1million in May.

Pelé’s 1970 World Cup Brazil shirt fetched £157,750 in 2002 and England hat-trick hero Sir Geoff Hurst’s shirt from the 1966 Final sold for £91,750 in 2000.