Man City star Raheem Sterling surpasses Barcelona captain Lionel Messi as Pep Guardiola’s most used player ever

Raheem Sterling has become Pep Guardiola’s most used player ever.
The Spaniard has managed some of the world’s greatest players while bossing Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Man City.
Sterling has worked with Guardiola for four-and-a-half yearsGetty – Pool
Lionel Messi, Robert Lewandowski and Kevin de Bruyne are some of the footballers that come to mind.
Messi had been Guardiola’s most used player with 219 appearances under him, until Sterling’s late cameo in Wednesday’s 1-0 win over Brighton.
The England forward appeared for the Man City boss for the 220th time when he replaced Phil Foden in the 82nd minute.
Despite the impressive landmark, Sterling might want to forget his latest appearance as he blazed over an injury-time penalty.
Guardiola has rotated the likes of Riyad Mahrez, Sergio Aguero, Gabriel Jesus, Bernardo Silva and Foden over the years, but Sterling is rarely left out of the starting XI.
On his landmark appearance under Guardiola, Sterling fired a penalty over the barAFP

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