When you see Raheem Sterling run with the ball at defenders, once he gets the other side of you you aren't going to catch him. He used to scuff things or not hit it properly, he's at a fantastic club and working with great footballers and he's learned, not just from Pep Guardiola but the players he works with.
The only way to play him is what we saw second half, it's to double up and cut his service off.
He needs to show at the Euros how good he is and then at the next World Cup. He hasn't reached his peak yet. He's on the rise very quickly.
Would I put him in the top 10 in the world? I'd have to sit down and look at all the players but he's on the conversation.