Raheem Sterling has a reputation for missing easy chances but scoring great goals when he gets on the scoresheet, and the Man City ace stuck to the script against Swansea City on Saturday.
Put through on a quick-fire City counter-attack, the England international proceeded to leave Kyle Naughton in a mess with a lovely stepover.
Not content with the great piece of skill, he kept his composure and slotted the ball underneath Lukasz Fabianski at his near post to wrap up a 3-1 win for the visitors and make it six wins in six Premier League outings for Pep Guardiola.
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It also made it 10 consecutive wins under the Spanish tactician, and he also had Sergio Aguero to thank for scoring twice on his comeback from a three-game suspension.
It’s looking ominous for City’s title rivals at this early stage, as while some may have doubted their ability to make a quick start and immediately click into gear under their new coach, he has quickly dismissed any fears with his side playing great football and picking up big wins.