Published: Mon, November 05, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Raheem Sterling is no longer scared - Man City boss Pep Guardiola

Raheem Sterling is no longer scared - Man City boss Pep Guardiola

Leroy Sane has said that he and his Manchester City teammates are really enjoying playing together after they beat a sorry Southampton 6-1 at the Etihad.

It may be harsh to single out one Southampton defender given they were all dire, but Hoedt arguably endured the most hard outing, haplessly giving City the lead. Now you have the feeling [he thinks], "Where is the goal and go there". He is becoming a winning player.

But Guardiola said it was too early to claim that Sterling is one of the best players in the world as he still needs to increase his consistency.

City took just six minutes to open the scoring as Wesley Hoedt smashed an attempted clearance of Leroy Sane's cross into his own net, before Sergio Aguero doubled their lead by tapping in Raheem Sterling's cross. "You can't overcommit because Man City have the ability to run over the top of you and it gets even more embarrassing".

"He is in incredible form, he is sharp, fast, clever, fighting, decisive, he can play both sides and can play in the middle and receive the ball between the lines and commit the centre-backs with a lot of aggressiveness".

Sterling added his second of the game midway through the second half before Sane completed the rout in stoppage time.

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And Alvaro Morata also found the net twice as unbeaten Chelsea defeated Crystal Palace 3-1 to move to second on the table, two points behind the league leaders.

Pep Guardiola side displayed classy football against the Saints in what could be described as a one-sided game.

"We were lucky to score the fourth goal at the last minute of the first half because I had the feeling the game was not over", added Guardiola.

David Silva's through ball appeared to be going out of play but Aguero showed impressive persistence to chase and pull it back for Sterling who, first miskicked but then shot past Saints goalkeeper Alex McCarthy from six yards.

"The game was not over, because we concede".

"We need to improve that at the top end of the pitch and clearly we needed to improve the back end as well".

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