The Raheem Sterling of manchester City was appointed November’s Premier League player of this month.

The 24-year-old scored three goals and put up three more in the three league matches of City.

It’s the 2nd time that the Blues forwards has won the award, the preceding occasion later he joined the bar coming just.

Sterling was supposedly the target of racist abuse to Chelsea in Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

Chelsea and the Metropolitan Police are exploring that the allegations after social media users published a video of an episode during the initial half of their match, once the England international was cried in as he collected the ball behind the objective.

Sterling reacted that the following day, saying he”had to laugh” when he heard that the alleged racist opinions during the game as he hopes”no better”.

On Monday, Chelsea announced they’d suspended four fans while the evaluation takes place.

A team statement said evidence of stereotypical behavior is going to bring about”severe sanctions, for example bans”.

Two of Sterling’s City Teammates, Leroy Sane along with David Silva, were in contention for its Premier League award.

West Ham’s Felipe Anderson the Moussa Sissoko of Tottenham along with Liverpool’s Andrew Robertson were in the running.

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