Sergio Aguero was able to win the 2022 World Cup despite his retirement the year before (Image: Getty)

The Manchester City legend has hit back at Zlatan Ibrahimovic after the setback Hero of Manchester United criticized Argentina’s World Cup celebration.

Following the South American country’s 2022 victory in Qatar, there was a lot of backlash against the players as they celebrated beating France in the final.

Aston Villa goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez has received the most criticism for his behavior and mocking Kylian Mbappe, which is why FIFA even opened an investigation against the team.

Legendary striker Ibrahimovic recently added his thoughts on the matter France Inter: ‘[Lionel] Messi is considered the best player in history, I was sure he would win.

What will happen is that Mbappé will win another World Cup. I’m not worried about him.

“I’m worried about the others in Argentina because they won’t win anything. Messi won everything and he will be remembered, but we cannot respect the rest who behaved badly.

“From me as a top professional player, that’s a sign that you’re going to win once, but no more. You don’t win like that.”

Zlatan Ibrahimovic quits AC Milan (Picture: Getty)

But former Argentina striker Agüero, who was involved in those festivities, was not happy with those comments and took to Twitch to launch a fiery rant against the AC Milan star.

“Don’t forget that you [Ibrahimovic] misbehave too, right? I remember when we played against United. I sat on the sofa. You provoked, you contradicted.

“I think you should worry about your country before worrying about Argentina [Sweden]about your players who didn’t even qualify for the last World Cup.

“I remember when you fought me [Nicolas] Otamendi in a match between City and United. You had a fight with Pep Guardiola. I assume that’s why he wanted to sell you out of Barcelona.

“You have disrespected my teammates. Besides, maybe you’re talking to me because I was there. I feel like you shot me and now I’m shooting you. We are world champions, Zlatan.”