Manchester City picked up a late, late win at Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon as Raheem Sterling struck in the 97th minute to make the score 2-1 for the away side, sparking wild celebrations in front of the City fans.
Those wild celebrations quickly spilled over as numerous fans ended up on the pitch which forced the stewards and police to step in, but as the melee began to clear, it was obvious that Sergio Aguero was not happy with something that had happened.
After the final whistle, it was confirmed by the Daily Mail that police had taken a statement from a steward who claims Sergio Aguero hit him during the celebrations, and are investigating the matter.
On social media, footage has since emerged of Aguero getting into an altercation where police intervened to break it up.
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The following clip shows the celebrations as they started, and it is unclear as to exactly what happened although there was a definitely some sort of disagreement regarding Aguero.
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Raheem Sterling was sent off as he was shown a second yellow for celebrating with the fans, which many football fans are upset with.
As for Aguero, it was clear he was not impressed with being dropped to the bench from the start today, but if he's found guilty of what he has been accused of he could be missing a lot more Premier League action.
We'll keep you up to date on this as it develops.