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Sergio Aguero opens up on the most notable thing about Lionel Messi's legacy

Arjun Singh Devgan
Messi moved to PSG in the summer
Messi moved to PSG in the summer / Sylvain Lefevre/GettyImages
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Manchester City legend, Sergio Aguero has opened up on the impact and legacy of fellow countryman and footballing icon, Lionel Messi, revealing that he has always been impressed with the striker due to one notable reason.

Messi is widely considered to be the greatest footballer in the history of the sport, with the striker winning numerous professional and individual honours during his career so far, including a record seven Ballon d'Or awards.

“As long as he keeps playing, because I see him, you can ask anyone who has seen him in person, training and playing, it’s crazy how easy it is for him to do things that are a little more difficult for us. In the 15 years I played in Europe, I never saw anything like him, but not even close," Aguero told TyC Sports.

The 34-year-old for his part who moved to Paris Saint-Germain in the summer has come under criticism in recent times for his slow start to life in the French capital, managing to score just seven goals in 22 appearances in all competitions so far.

However, he remains a key player for the Ligue 1 giants and will play a major role if the club are to win their maiden Champions League trophy come the end of the season.

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