Kyle Walker told CityTV his team-mates have told him to shoot more often.

Kyle Walker says there’s much more to come from City

Raheem Sterling had opened the scoring on what was his 100th Premier League appearance for the Club only for DeAndre Yedlin to level for the Magpies against the run of play.

Walker though ensured the champions went into the international break on a high with his spectacular shot.

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And though delighted to have broken his City duck, Walker says the side have yet to hit the heights of last season and need to guard against opponents attacking on the counter.

“When they play five at the back, it’s always going to be difficult to break the spaces but I’m glad to have scored,” said Kyle.

“I didn’t get on the score-sheet last season so it’s a happy moment for me.