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Last Updated: 16/04/18 11:53pm
Gary Neville joined David Jones on Monday Night Football
Andy Carroll spares Joe Hart’s blushes as West Ham draw with Stoke and Gary Neville gives his verdict on Man City’s title win. Here’s all you need to know from Monday Night Football….
Can Sterling match Henry, Ronaldo?
Gary Neville has challenged Raheem Sterling to start matching Thierry Henry and Cristiano Ronaldo in the next few seasons.
The Englishman has played an important part in Manchester City’s title success, scoring 17 times in the Premier League, and has increasingly been utilised in a centre-forward position by Pep Guardiola towards the end of the campaign.
Can Raheem Sterling match Thierry Henry and Cristiano Ronaldo?
Neville, who worked with Sterling in the England set-up, highlighted statistics which show the 23-year-old’s goal return is comparable to both Henry and Ronaldo at a similar age.
Both of those players developed from wide players into world-class goalscorers and Guardiola believes the Englishman can do the same.
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Speaking on Monday Night Football, Gary Neville says he thinks Raheem Sterling could become as good as Thierry Henry or Cristiano Ronaldo.
Nev on Pep, Jose collision course
Gary Neville insists it is “going to go off” between the two Manchester sides in the next 12 months with Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho go in search of more silverware next season.
Both managers have 20 career titles to their name after United’s 1-0 defeat by bottom club West Brom on Super Sunday handed rivals City the Premier League title.
Jose Mourinho v Pep Guardiola
Neville, speaking on Monday Night Football, thinks the two managers are on a collision course next season as they look to add even more silverware to their highly decorated CVs.
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Gary Neville says it’s ‘going to go off’ between the two Manchester sides in the next 12 months as both managers go looking for their 21st career trophy.
Andy Carroll rescued a point for West Ham and denied Stoke a vital victory with a last-minute equaliser as the sides drew 1-1 at the London Stadium on Monday night.
Andy Carroll celebrates scoring West Ham’s late equaliser
Stat of the Match…
West Ham boss David Moyes says they’re in a good position and performances are improving following their 1-1 draw against Stoke.
Stoke boss Paul Lambert says his side are well in the fight to avoid relegation despite drawing 1-1 at West Ham.
WATCH: Neville on Hart’s nightmare
Hart’s part in Stoke City’s opener at the London Stadium has come in for criticism from Sky Sports pundit Neville.
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Gary Neville looks back on Joe Hart’s mistake that led to Peter Crouch opening the scoring for Stoke in West Ham’s 1-1 draw at the London Stadium.
The spotlight was on opposing â€˜keepers Hart and Jack Butland in the capital, with the former enduring a tough night after his mistake gifted Stoke their opener.
Meanwhile, Aaron Cresswell – who is an outside shot for a place on the plane to Russia â€“ created West Hamâ€™s equaliser with another of his delicious centres straight on to the head of Carroll, who will have given the watching Gareth Southgate a reminder of his abilities with a well-taken late goal.
Has Hart now blown it?
Hart’s costly error surely ends his hopes of reclaiming his England place but should he even go the World Cup this summer?
Peter Crouch scores for Stoke against West Ham
The statistics paint a damning picture of a fading force whose performances do not warrant inclusion, writes Adam Bate.
There’s support for referee Michael Oliver after his difficult week…
While some fans were having a flashback to 2009…