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The England youngster says that his side is ready to fight for the title and they want to win it anyhow.


The former Barcelona man like to play cultural kind of football but the 21 year old winger Sterling told they  pull their shocks up and they are ready to win it by paying a beautiful or by playing ugly football.

The Manchester City man wants to win this year premier league title and he thinks that he and his team mates are ready to land the title.

The Catalan boss is renowned for his cultural style of play, in his former club Barcelona and in Bayern Munich he used his cultural style of football.
Today the Manchester City will host the Chelsea at their home ground and the Manchester City side will try to replace them from the top spot by defeating them today.

The 21 year old voiced:

“We want to win the league so we’re up for a fight,”

“Most of the teams that cause problems by playing more direct with long balls etc. probably think we don’t fancy it. But we’re together as a whole and we know we can grind out a result. That’s the most important thing.

“You’re not going to win every game 4-0 or 5-0. There are going to be games when you only win 1-0 or 2-0 and games when you have to fight to get a goal in the last few minutes.

“So it’s a credit to the team that we stuck in there to get the win at Burnley and put us in a position where when we play Chelsea we could go above them.”

Manchester City is determined to win this game and they are eager to show others that they are perfect competitors for this year EPL trophy.

The 21 year winger added:

“If you want to be up there at the end of the season fighting for the title, then you have to be competing in games like this,”

“These are the games you have to be winning, because the more you beat your nearest rivals, the more you extend the gap between you and them.

“Games like this are massive. Going into this game we need to be focused, get the win and hopefully carry on.

“If we can get the win against them then it’s good ahead of a busy schedule at Christmas.

“We’ve got big teams coming – Arsenal and Leicester – so it will be a big boost going into those knowing we got three points. Then we have to try to work to beat the others.”