Sergio Aguero takes selfie with David Cameron and Xi Jinping

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It's the selfie we've all been waiting for: the sight of Manchester City superstar Sergio Aguero alongside the duo of David Cameron and Xi Jinping is...well, rather odd. 

But it's also brilliant.

Aguero, arguably the best player (when fit) in the Premier League, has certainly taken us all by surprise with his latest post on social media. 


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Chinese President Xi Jinping is currently in the UK as part of a state visit, finding time in his busy schedule to tour the extraordinary facilities at the Etihad. Prime Minister David Cameron, on the other hand, is just strutting his usual?  

Ok, the dynamic trio of Aguero, David Silva and Raheem Sterling aren't bad, but they have nothing on the new boys in town...

"Thank you for the selfie, President Xi" 感谢能与您自拍,习主席" wrote Aguero on City's official Twitter feed.

The reaction on Twitter is obviously glorious...

Unfortunately for Aguero, he, much like Mr Cameron and Mr Jinping, will have to watch on as the Citizens travel to Old Trafford to take on rivals Manchester United on Sunday. 

With the Sky Blues currently sitting at the summit of the Premier League, Manuel Pellegrini's men will be desperate to produce yet another inspired performance. United, of course, will have different ideas as the race for the title heats up.

And with Aguero and David Silva missing for City, Louis van Gaal's side will start as favourites for the showdown. 

Who will win this weekend's derby fixture? Have your say below! 

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