5 talking points after Manchester City draw against Tottenham Hotspurs in the second game-week of the Premier League.
Sterling now looks to have carried that form into the new campaign.
Yet, despite Sterling continuing in much the same vein with a season-opening hat-trick against West Ham last week, Guardiola is still expecting more of the 24-year-old English global.
Even after conceding two goals, the Citizens were able to find the net in the injury time.
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Although, lead achieved by Manchester City was shortlived, as Lucas Moura scores an equalizer as soon as he walked inside the pitch, making it one of the quickest goals by a substitute ever.
The scenes as the goal was chalked off were reminiscent of the dramatic ending to last season's Champions League quarterfinal second leg between the sides at the same stadium last season. So, he can do it, yeah.
Spurs have happy memories of the ground having beaten City in last season's Champions League quarter-finals en route to the final. So he can do it. I don't know if that is the key to sometimes beating a team like Manchester City.
"Yeah, hopefully [he can score 30]". I never spoke with Sergio [Aguero] or Gabriel [Jesus] or Raz, with any of the people up front, about what are their dreams and targets and these kinds of things.
"I think they're happy when they are scoring goals, like all the people who play in the front line". But goals are a outcome of the way we play - their mood, how they are playing, injuries. I wouldn't judge him if he scored 30 goals, 35 or 20. "But if he does what he has to do for him and the team, it's enough". As quoted by the Mirror.