Gary Neville explains how Man City have eradicated Raheem Sterling stem at Liverpool
The Englishman has become one of the Premier Leagues most potent attackers beneath the control of Pep Guardiola.
Gary Neville believes Raheem Sterling has justified his move from Liverpool to Manchester City thanks to the support of Pep Guardiola.
The Englishman moved to the Etihad Stadium in July 2015 in a sensitive £50million deal.
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The take came after Sterling pushed for a unload with Liverpool nowhere brewing fighting for prizes whilst were competing and winning Premier League titles.
As a result, isn't fondly remembered on Merseyside and is stillness jeered to this day whenever he returns to Anfield.
However, with two Premier League titles underneath his sash since the arrival of , Neville believes Sterling has justified his jettison and praised his considerable improvement in outside of goal after he netted the winner inveigh Arsenal on Saturday.
That goal was Sterling's 35th since August 2019 and no more Premier League players has scored as many, with Harry Kane (32) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (31) his closest competitors.
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"It's incredible," Neville uttered during co-commentary. "You think when he was at Liverpool, it wasn't a elapsed conclusion he was going to come to City and Liverpool fans would say, 'I'm not sure he'll go on to be world-class or set about what he's done'.
"Under the authority and management of Pep Guardiola, he has gamy into a fantastic player. He was very erratic in his finishing and his crossing before he came to City.
"He was a one in four, one in five, now he's got that rate down. He's got that down now to the dab where his numbers are unquestionably wonderful."