- Man United used the opportunity of an event in Manchester to show his anger at Man City
- Michael Cooney tore, stamped and mopped floor with Sergio Aguero jersey at the event
- Aguero scored an injury time winner to helped City win the Premier League title ahead of United in 2012
Man United fan, Michael Cooney, tore a jersey signed by Sergio Aguero because the Argentine's goal denied them a Premier League title in 2012.
The 37-year-old was at a charity event in Manchester when he took his opportunity to get his revenge at their city rivals.
Michael also stamped on No 10 the jersey and used it to mop the floor with his feet as the crowd at the event cheered him on.
A group of men filmed the incident and gave him a standing ovation while another man walks up to Michael and congratulates him on his actions
The video clip has since gone rival on social media and plenty of United fans were keen to show their approval, with one tweeting: “Sometimes the term legend is overused. However in this case.”
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Another added: “Not all heroes wear capes.”
However, not all the comments were positive, with one more writing: “Just like how City wipe the floor with United on the football pitch.”
“It is all for a great cause anyway.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Paul Pogba appeared to have clashed with Man United team-mate Jesse Lingard after the club landed in Perth to start their pre-season tour.
All eyes were on the Frenchman who reported for their trip as planned but has been linked with a move to Italy or Spain.
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