Manchester City attacker Raheem Sterling was the star of the show as he led his team to a 2-0 win over Croatian side Dinamo Zagreb in their Champions League Group C clash at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday night.
England international Raheem Sterling made the difference for Manchester City after coming on as a second half substitute for Bernardo Silva.
Sterling was a 56th minute for Bernardo Silva who was one of the main culprits as Manchester City wasted several chances in the first half of their home game against Dinamo Zagreb.
Raheem Sterling started the game on the bench as Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola rang the changes to his starting XI.
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The former Liverpool star came on to hop effect after he broke the deadlock ten minutes after coming on as a substitute.
He gave Liverpool the lead in the 66th minute off an assist from Algerian international forward Riyad Mahrez.
Raheem Sterling then played a big part in the clinching goal on the stroke of full-time as Dinamo Zagreb players left spaces at the back in search for the equaliser that could have given them a point.
Young English midfielder Phil Foden wrapped up a 2-0 win for Manchester City just after coming on as a substitute off an assist from the aforementioned Sterling.