Published: Sun, December 09, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Raheem Sterling accuses the Daily Mail of fuelling "racism and aggressive behaviour"

Raheem Sterling accuses the Daily Mail of fuelling

Sarri sprang a surprise by deploying Eden Hazard as a false nine from the start for the first time this season and, after struggling to get the ball as City pressed in the opening stages, the Belgian's influence grew and he ended the night with assists on both of Chelsea's goals.

City field an attacking line-up for the early evening clash with Chelsea.

Sterling broke his silence on the unsavoury incident this morning, via Instagram, opting to call out the press for their actions rather than the supporter. "We are not here to be invincible, we are here to be champions", said Guardiola.

"It is hard for us to find motivation but when we are, we are a very strong team. He's incredible. Really, he's an incredible player".

Prizes include, a trip to Old Trafford to watch Man United take on Liverpool in the Premier League, tickets to Ireland's home games in the Six Nations, All Ireland football and hurling final tickets and much more.

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With Hasenhuettl assessing his players, left back Matt Targett produced some lax defending that allowed Spurs to take a ninth-minute lead.

'In this kind of match it's very easy to have great motivation, determination, the right level of aggression.

He said: "Last season winning there was more than three points". We had some problems in the first 30 minutes because Eden Hazard played like a striker for the first time and in the defensive movement we weren't flawless.

"We will review the footage to determine whether any offences have been committed".

Hazard's inswinging set-piece was met by Luiz, who rose highest to send a looping header into the far corner of the net. "Otherwise we can win this kind of match and lose points in another match". "Which helps fuel racism an [d] aggressive behaviour, so for all the newspapers that don't understand why people are racist in this day and age all I have to say is have a second though about fair publicity an [d] give all players an equal chance".

Chelsea struck on the counter-attack. Maybe he deserved to score today. After being starved of the ball in the first half, Belgium forward Hazard - who also operated in the role against City in March - showed his class in the crucial moments of the match by creating both goals. That's what I think because I have trust in my chairman, with my CEO, what they have explained to me.

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