Watch Sergio Aguero roll back years as he shows off brilliant dance moves at son Benji’s 13th birthday party

Posted Monday, February 21, 2022 by

MAN CITY legend Sergio Aguero rolled back the years as he showed off his moves on the dance floor at his son Benji's 13th birthday party.

The 33-year-old let his hair down alongside the teenager and the youngster's pals at the night-time bash after videoing them earlier in the day playing football.

Watch Sergio Aguero roll back years as he shows off brilliant dance moves at son Benji’s 13th birthday party
Aguero celebrated his son's 13th birthday in style with some dance moves

Aguero also spent the day with Benji's mum Gianinna Maradona after organising the celebration.

The retired footballer's girlfriend Sofia Calzetti was also invited.

She posted the footage of her partner enjoying himself on the dance floor as well as an adorable snap of her alongside Benji, who had his hair dyed lavender grey for the special occasion, and her man.

She wrote alongside the photo: “Happy Birthday Benji. Impossible not to love you.”

His mum posted her own emotional message on her Instagram, alongside a photo showing Benji blowing out the candles on his birthday cake with a temporary tattoo of his famous granddad Diego on his right wrist and a T-shirt bearing the soccer legend's face on it.

She wrote alongside the snap: “At 19 you changed my life forever, you gave me the most beautiful and difficult role that a human being can experience.

“I hope you always remain as you are, affectionate, genuine, good, respectful, a friend of your friends, of your elders, faithful to your convictions and ideals, faithful to yourself.

“Son, in this crazy and vulnerable world, you are the one who represents me the most, who puts my feet back on the ground every day. In you I see the magic that life has.”

Sergio Aguero's girlfriend was praised as a genius last February by the retired footballer's ex following the 12th birthday party she organised for the former couple's only child.

Gianinna, one of Diego Maradona's two daughters by his ex-wife Claudia Villafane, went online at the time to post a photo of the celebration and thank pretty blonde Sofia for preparing the birthday bash while Sergio was still living in Manchester.

Sergio, who on Friday revealed he would be going to the World Cup with Argentina and said a coaching role was a possibility, posted his own message to Benji alongside a picture of the two of them together - and another of him with Benji and Sofia - which said simply: “Happy 13th birthday son. I love you.”

The birthday bash, held at a private premises near Buenos Aires, is believed to have gone on until nearly midnight last night.

It occurred hours after Sergio spoke for the first time in detail about the moment he began to feel unwell in his last professional game, against Alaves for Barcelona at the end of October.

He also confessed in a radio interview he suffered an irregular heartbeat BEFORE his final match but was given the all-clear to carry on playing after tests.

Aguero said in a radio interview in Argentina: “My body had already warned me something was happening.

“Ten days before what happened I had suffered a very short arrhythmia during a training session and it seemed like everything was okay after checks, but then it occurred in the match. It wasn't something I was expecting.”

He added, speaking for the first time in detail about the discomfort he felt during the October 30 match against Alaves which was only his fifth in a Barcelona shirt: “I began to feel a lot of heat in my body during the game, about five minutes before.

“I thought it was because of the match and because it was the first time I had started a game for a while.

“There was a moment when I began to feel weak and feel like I was dizzy, and I jumped to head the ball and felt even dizzier.

“That's when I took hold of an Alaves defender's hand and said to him, ‘Listen, I'm feeling dizzy, stop the game.'

“He began to shout, the ref looked at me, saw I was clutching my chest, I felt I was drowning, and he stopped the match and the doctor rushed onto the pitch and when I fell on the ground the attack began. That's why I stayed down for a while.”

Aguero, who has been in his homeland since mid-December shortly after he announced he was retiring from football because of a heart arrhythmia, confirmed in his interview on Argentina's Radio 10: “I'm going to go to the World Cup. We're looking at the possibility of a meeting this week.

“I want to go and if I go I'm going to be with the lads and I'm going to go to the training sessions.

“That won't be a problem but the truth is that I'm not sure about the idea of being cooped up again for so long because I've been to the World Cup as a player but never as a spectator.”

Confirming he had talked with both Scaloni and Argentine Football Association president Claudio Tapia, Aguero said: “I don't think Scaloni is going to be upset if I say I've spoken with him. He called me, the lads as well and Chiqui Tapia.

“We're seeing if we can turn something around and what we could do. The thing is it's all very recent and it's a shame that this World Cup is just round the corner.

“If there was longer we could organise a formal process to plan things. But I'll be going to Qatar to cheer the players on even if it ends up being no more than that.”

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