In a UEFA Champions League second round group match early this morning, Manchester City beat Marseille 3-0 away and Sterling scored a goal. After the game, former Manchester City player Lescott said that Sterling can break Aguero's scoring record and he has incredible scoring efficiency.
The goal in this game was the fifth goal scored by Sterling, which also brought him to 105 goals in Manchester City. Considering that he is only 25 years old, he is likely to break Manchester City's score in the future. Ball record, the current record is Aguero's 255 goals. Lescott said: "Aguero has to be careful. Seriously, this record may be broken. This is Sterling's sixth season with Manchester City. He can now basically maintain 20 goals per season. "
"We all want to see him seize every opportunity, but this is impossible for any forward. His efficiency and the number of goals are incredible, scoring 105 goals in just 5 seasons. The ball. If he keeps this way, he will definitely break Aguero's record."
Former Manchester City captain Dunn also agreed with this. He said: “He has really become a leader, especially off the court. He leads different projects and foundations everywhere. He is an idol. He is what people should Dear man. Sterling is still improving. No one knows what he can achieve because he is amazing."