The Manchester City winger scores more than ever before, his form was chosen for the club and the country
Raheem Sterling continues to be in the best shape of his career as the English winger broke his personal best by scoring again on Monday.
Sterling scored the fifth and final goal of the Three Lions on Monday as England beat Montenegro 5-1 in qualifying at Euro 2020.
The Manchester City striker was played by Jordan Henderson in the 80th minute and Sterling made no mistake in scoring his goal at the back of the net as he battled goalkeeper Danijel Petkovic.
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The goal was Sterling's sixth in his last four appearances for England, having scored two goals against Spain in the League of Nations as well as a hat trick against the Czech Republic last week .
In total, Sterling have scored seven goals in their last four games,
These seven goals scored represent as much as his previous 31 selections in England, while the 24-year-old winger has found an incredible form with the national team.
It is this kind of form that recently led Gareth Southgate to declare that he regards Sterling as a future captain of England, adding that the winger is becoming the only one in the world. one of the main leaders of the group, on and off the field.
Harry Maguire also confirmed this claim, adding that he considered Sterling as the best player in the Premier League this season.
March is its best month ever since Sterling scored eight goals in all for club and country as we enter the last week of the month.
By March, Sterling had never scored more than four goals in a calendar month.
⚽ Raheem Sterling scored 8 goals for club and country in March 2019 – had never scored more than 4 goals in a calendar month before pic.twitter.com/sYxfS4raoC
– Sky Sports Statto (@SkySportsStatto) March 25, 2019
Sterling has scored a total of 19 goals for Manchester City this season as the club faces Liverpool for the Premier League title while preparing for a battle in the quarterfinals of the Champions League with Tottenham.
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The next meeting of Sterling and City is a meeting with Fulham on Saturday, as the international break ends.