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OMG! Sergio Aguero Suffer Heart Arrhythmia While Live On Twitch | WATCH

Former Manchester City and Barcelona player Sergio Aguero have suffered a heart arrhythmia live on twitch, MySportDab reports.

The retired football played had to end his career due to medical issues which he couldn’t carry on playing actively.

Sergio Aguero have since them take his time away from playing actively as he enjoys his retirement with his family.

His retirement came at a time he just made a move back to Spain to rebuild his career which hit a big blow with Manchester City.

The player who was playing for Barcelona suffered a heart arrhythmia in 2021which saw first going for medical checkup.

It was later discovered he had a serious issues which would require him to quit his football career and focus on something else.

His retirement wasn’t an easy one after receiving advice from his doctors which was a must to end his career in football.

Meanwhile Sergio Aguero have been out and about supporting and making some appearance in football games of former club and country.

Last night during a live session on Twitch with Ibai Llanos, the player received another scare which saw him reacted in pain.

Sergio Aguero was seen holding his chest in what was him bearing and trying to contain the pain from his heart.

Ibai Llanos request to call the doctors but Aguero said no that he will be fine as they carried on.

Here Is What Happened:

“What’s up, man?” asked Ibai Llanos.

“I think… I think… I just had a mini-arrhythmia.”

“Do you want us to go to the doctor?” questioned Llanos.

“No, no. Because I have a chip and the famous chip will detect it and send a signal.”

There is yet any confirmation concerning the whole event that played out during the Live session on Twitch.

Sergio Aguero is hopefully better now despite any official statement out or the player coming out to say anything.

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