Pep Guardiola’s appointment at Manchester City has been followed by a trophy laden spell for the club along with development of certain players into superstars.
One such player is Raheem Sterling. The English winger has become one of the best players in the league right now.
He is in the race for the Golden Boot again but when it comes to choosing between personal milestones and silverware for the team, Sterling has opted for team glory!
“It (finishing above Aguero) would not mean anything without silverware and then I’ll be happy with my goal tally after that,” said Sterling.
“Every competition we’re trying to compete in. It’s not just the Premier League, which I know that looks out of reach but we’re looking to get to finals in this, the FA Cup and even the Champions League.”
Sterling was quick to praise the young kids in the team after last night.
“They were still in the game. They equalised and made it difficult. Goals are goals, I’m in the team to do a job. I will always try and put them [goals] in.
“I don’t need to nurture Taylor [Harwood-Bellis] or any of the other lads. They come through in training and do their job brilliantly.”
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