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05 Diciembre 2017, 07:50 | Gerardo Tarin
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The 21 year old has been at Chelsea since 2012 but was on loan at Borussia Monchengladbach for the previous two seasons before returning back to Stamford Bridge and becoming part of Antonio Conte's side.
The teams they are beating late are cracking under City's quality. Sterling has led the way with later interventions, but he is not the only one.
He's been brilliant so far this season - and I have been especially impressed with how Pep has handled him.
But City played both in the second half on Sunday as they laid siege to Adrian's goal and Guardiola said the performance of the Argentine and Brazilian in tandem had given him plenty to consider.
A win for United meanwhile will see them become the first side to halt Guardiola's men this season.
Fabregas decided to make the switch from London to Catalonia and join Guardiola's Barca in 2011. "We believe in what we can do", he added.
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