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Do the noisy neighbours of Manchester miss their speedy dribbler Raheem Sterling following an amazing performance from their big-money-move-superstar Bernando Silva?. , The attacking midfielder has played up to his pricetag scoring two in two.
The play seems like he has overshadowed the shine of Sterling who is out with injury. Sterling has played a vital role in making sure that City collect as many points to secure the league title early in the season.
The young speedster has proved his worth to the club this season which was a do or die for him as the club brought in players like Leroy Sane, Bernando Silva, Gabriel Jesus – to the attacking front of the team. The young winger bought from Liverpool back in 2014 did show-up to the challenge and made his mark to this remarkable football the noisy one’s play this season unexplainable Protagonists football under the God of Football Josep Pep Guardiola the revolutionalist of football maybe should I say the Catalans activists. Let’s leave that to political analysts.
After suffering from minor injuries and finding hard to get in form the player has made. His presence has now being felt by the fans of the club after scoring in this weekend Super Sunday premier league match against Another London rival Chelsea, Just after two days scoring a superb finness goal from outside 12 yards Against Arsenal the wonder boy of Portugal has play remarkable football questioning sterling position in the near future since Pep like more ball Passing players who are more creative with the Ball.or this will more option for Pep to rest his team quite well following rough end of the season with so many titles to compete for to be the best team in the world is closeby.
With tough fixture ahead in the champions league last 8 eight (quarterfinals) to continue this week for the road to top 8 following a 4-0 aggregate lead, Pep will hope to rest some of his stars for them to continue their quest for treble. The form of Silva proves more success for the piano shoe shine team. This is good for Pep and the Board since his objectives for the season are close to being achieved but football has no, therefore, they still need to keep their head up.
By Wandile Msiza