‘Raheem the Dream’ is becoming the king of the important late goal for Manchester City this season and tonight’s last second strike against Southampton could be huge come the end of the season.
Many Blues had given up and left, especially after seeing a goal disallowed in added time. But while many left to get home on a bitterly cold night in Manchester, those that remained until the final whistle were treated to a moment that will live on in memory.
Sterling played the ball on the edge of the box to Kevin De Bruyne, who promptly returned it to the 22-year-old, and Sterling then struck the sweetest of strikes to send the Etihad into raptures.
Raz’s last second goal restored City’s eight point lead over neighbours Manchester United at the top of the Premier League and made it nineteen wins in a row for the Shark Team.
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