The 93:20 NFT Reminiscent of Man City’s Moment
It was 20 seconds into the third minute of added time, on the last day of the premier league about 10 years ago. When club legend Sergio Aguero scored an iconic goal against Queens Park Rangers. To snatch the premier league title from city rivals Manchester United.
Manchester City is partnering with Puma to immortalize what is arguably the most dramatic kick in the premier league. And they are doing this via the creation of the 93:20 NFT.
The Singular NFT that captures the moment
The 93:20 NFT by Man City is a singular 1/1 NFT created by the Belgian visual artist Musketon. And it has a unique theme that captures the magic of that historic moment for the club. The prominent features of the artwork includes the clockwork cogs, Man City artwork, and Sergio Aguero’s goal scoring boots.
The partnership is quite unique because although Puma were not the kit suppliers to the club. But the hero in the event, Sergio Agureo spotted a pair of PUMA v1.11 football boots on the iconic day when he scored the goal.
Today May 13, 2022 marks the exact date of the iconic goal. And it is the proposed date for the launch of the 93:20 NFT on MakersPlace NFT marketplace.
Other Derivatives from the Iconic Moment
Events surrounding the iconic moment have spawned other derivatives commemorating the day. Puma has launched 120 limited edition and commemorative pairs of Puma ULTRA football boots. These feature the landmark ‘Manchester City are still alive here’ commentary from English commentator Martin Tyler. The boots also have the custom 93:20 graphic on the outside. And the famous ‘Agueroooooooo!’ line on its footbed. In addition the owner of the 93:20 NFT by Man City will receive a pair of the commemorative Puma ULTRA football boots.