FORMER Argentina star Sergio Aguero got a shock when his flight was full of Brazil fans heading for the World Cup.
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https://www.instagram.com/kunagueroThe ex-Argentina star posted a video to Instagram of the supporters chanting on the plane[/caption]
https://www.instagram.com/kunagueroAguero scratched his head and pulled an exasperated face after putting up with the singing[/caption]
And with the ex-Manchester City star settling in for a long flight, he would have been horrified to see his plane full of Brazil supporters.
Aguero, who was forced to retire last year due to a heart condition, hilariously posted a video from his flight to Instagram.
Fans in yellow and green shirts packed the aisle of the plane, singing and chanting right next to Aguero.
All he could do was scratch his head and look exasperated as they sang their songs en route to Qatar.
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It’s not a quick hop to Qatar from South America either, but Aguero revealed the Brazil fans had been chanting for the entire journey.
He captioned his post: “The whole flight like this.”
Aguero’s Argentina and Brazil are two of the hot favourites for the tournament this year.
Aguero himself played in three World Cups, losing the 2014 final to Germany.
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And Aguero reckons Argentina, who are in Group C alongside Mexico, Saudi Arabia and Poland, “deserve” to win the tournament this year.
Speaking on the prospect of Argentina lifting the trophy, he told Stake: “It would be wonderful. Leo [Lionel Messi] and the team deserve it.
“There are even a lot of people in the world who expect Messi to be champion, regardless of which country they’re from. And that speaks of the love and respect that has been earned over all these years.
“Argentina arrives very well despite the possibility that some of the boys who have been starting could be sidelined due to injury.
“I hope everyone arrives in the best way. But be that as it may, the Argentine team is very clear about what it plays for and the group is very consolidated.
“Of course, Messi’s leadership is key. I think it’ll be difficult for any team to dominate Argentina.”