SERGIO AGUERO enjoyed a lavish 34th birthday party alongside stunning Wag Sofia Calzetti, family and friends in Miami.
The Manchester City legend was treated to a big cake and fire-eaters for entertainment.
There was also a mariachi band and Brazilian samba dancers at the Miami mansion.
And Aguero wasn't afraid to get involved on the dance floor, drink in hand.
Aguero kept it simple with a smart shirt, jeans and trainers while Wag Calzetti, 26, stunned in a white dress and lace up heels.
Aguero's birthday bash alongside his loved ones is undoubtedly one of the highlights of his year having being dealt a devastating blow to his playing career.
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He was forced to retire from professional football after he was diagnosed with a cardiac arrhythmia.
The diagnosis cut his spell with Barcelona short by a year having signed a two-year deal last summer.
But his retirement hasn't forced him out of football entirely.
Aguero plans to travel to the 2022 Qatar World Cup with Argentina but as a coach, not a player.
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Argentina look to be one of the strongest teams heading into the competition with there being no real frontrunner to win the tournament.
The Copa America winners are in frightening form and sent European nations a warning shot when they demolished European champions Italy 3-0 at Wembley last week.
Aguero said: "I'm going to the World Cup in Qatar. We are going to have a meeting this week.
"I want to be there. The idea is for me to be incorporated into the coaching staff, I spoke with [boss Lionel] Scaloni and [president Claudio] Tapia."
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