Raheem Sterling is back to scoring and creating goals again.
The England international has struggled for form earlier this season and was linked with a move away from the Etihad.
But the winger has scored two goals in his last two games and seems to be back to his usual best.
Pep Guardiola explains how he helped the 26-year old to get the best out of him.
“I’m so glad for him, it’s helped us that’s for sure. Of course, he will fight to do better and better and better. It’s good for both wingers to score and get assists, he is decisive. Still, he knows he can do better, one-v-one, but this is a step to come back in his best form,” said the Spaniard.
“You have highs and lows, it’s important that the lows aren’t too low. They want to perform well, we won Premier League, I want to leave good. At the same time, relax. It doesn’t depend on individual [success] it’s the team, be on the pitch when the manager gives you the opportunity do your best.
“Raheem and everyone, that’s all. When you see players bad that’s a problem – it’s not the case. Just look how we fight and win games.
“I took him back to basics, when you’re at this level it’s normal. This calendar, they have more and more games. Sometimes the guys are tired here [mentally].
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