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Beautiful football: Raheem Sterling goal vs Stoke

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Manchester City's second goal against Stoke was a thing of beauty.

It was a sweeping move, started by Nicolas Otamendi’s backheel, that took in 10 players and 15 passes before it was deposited in the Stoke net by Raheem Sterling.

Goalkeeper Ederson was involved, easing the ball out of the backline before Kevin De Bruyne powered it forward to David Silva.

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A few quick exchanges later and Silva had set Leroy Sane scampering down the left-flank, before the ball was fed back to De Bruyne on the edge of the box.

The Belgian shaped to shoot before tricking the defence with a no-look pass to Sane, who rolled the ball across for Sterling to finish.

It was 44 seconds of spell-binding play – enjoy it again above!