While waiting for the return of football in England, Sergio Agüero continues to be very active in different facets. Giving interviews, talking to his fans, playing with his dog or breaking it with his gamer side, the Argentine makes good use of the time while waiting for the Premier League to resume.
Last April, it was also announced that Kun would participate in an educational project carried out by the BBC with the aim of teaching children between 5 and 14 years old. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, from Bitesize Daily they made a call to celebrities seeking that isolation does not stop the learning of the smallest.
What will Agüero do? The Manchester City and Argentina National Soccer player will be in charge of teaching the little ones to count numbers in Spanish. And this Monday was the first advancement in which he appears inviting his class in the coming days.
The class, specifically, will be released this Thursday and will teach how to count numbers from one to twelve, in a clip aimed at children between the ages of one and four. "I just wanted to tell all the children who are learning at home right now to continue," Kun says in the video that leads the class.
The BBC also confirmed some of the other participants in this project: former One Direction Liam Payne, actor Danny Dyer, actress Jodie Whittaker and Spanish singer Mabel.
For his part, the Argentine continues to train alongside the entire Manchester City team for the long-awaited return from the English tournament. On June 17, the Argentine team will return to the fields to face none other than Arsenal for a pending match and seeking to shorten distances with Liverpool.