Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling has become the 32nd player to score 100 Premier League goals with his penalty to open the scoring against Wolves on Saturday.

Sterling, who made his Premier League debut for Liverpool in March 2012, scored 18 goals in 95 appearances for the Anfield side before joining City for £49 million in 2015.

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At City, he added a further 82 goals in helping his side win three Premier League titles.

While in Manchester, he also won the Carabao Cup four times as well as the FA Cup in 2018-19.

A Golden Boy winner in 2019, Sterling won the PFA Players’ Young Player of the Year and FWA Player of the Year awards in 2018-19.



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