The Blues will be locking horns with Tottenham this weekend as they looked forward to extend their winning run following thier 1-0 victory in their first match last weekend against Everton.
Tottenham also kicked off the season in style where they won 4-0 against Southampton. This weekend, one of the Blues stars who might give Tottenham defenders a headache is Rahim Sterling.
Sterling joined the Blues this summer as he looked forward to continue with his top performance. He was one of the key player for the Sky Blues.
Sterling great skills has always made him to easily unlock solid defences. His pace has made it hard for defenders to stop him.
He is second in the all time top scorer list for Manchester City. It's only Sergio Aguero who has scored more Manchester City goals than him. This shows how good he has been during his time at Manchester City.
The Englishman has been impressive for the Blues matches in both the pre-season and their last weekend Premier League match.
Last weekend he was one of the Blues players who impressed during their match against Everton. He gave Everton defenders no rest where he has scored a goal only to be disallowed after VAR check.
This weekend Rahim Sterling will be looking forward to help Chelsea grab all the three points against Tottenham.
This now means that Rahim Sterling might give Tottenham defenders a headache in their match this weekend. This is after his top perfomance in the recent matches for the Blues.
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