Sergio Aguero puffs on cigar in Argentina dressing room after hijacking World Cup final celebrations

SERGIO AGUERO enjoyed Argentina’s World Cup win with a cigar in the team’s changing room.

The retired footballer was at the Lusail Stadium during the triumph supporting his team from the sidelines.

Sergio Aguero smoked a cigar during Argentina’s World Cup celebrations

During the video, he proclaimed ‘World Champions’

The 34-year-old joined up with Argentina’s squad several days before yesterday’s penalty shootout win in Qatar.

Lionel Messi and co battled for 120 minutes against France but the sides could not be separated as they both scored three goals each.

But the tie was eventually settled by penalties in which Gonzalo Montiel netted the decisive spot-kick.

During the team’s wild celebrations after the game, Aguero posted a video of himself smoking a cigar.

He was also called out by former Chelsea star John Terry for wearing an Argentina shirt in a similar vein to the defender’s appearance after their Champions League win in 2012.

While enjoying his smoke, he says: “Campeones del Mundo” which translates to “World Champions”.

He shared it on his Instagram story for his 26.6million followers to watch.

Fans loved the video as one said: “l am not crying. You are”.

A second added: “Man deserved it”.

A third wrote: “Man City GOAT. Enjoy Sergio”.


A fourth commented: “I’m so happy that he looks so enjoying of the moment”.

Aguero was unable to play in the tournament after he retired from football after he was diagnosed with a heart condition while he was at Barcelona.

During the celebrations, Aguero also fired a dig at France midfielder Eduardo Camavinga as he called him a “d***face” on a livestream to 500,000 viewers.