It is easy enough to understand why the question gets asked. For Manchester City, Raheem Sterling has now scored 45 times since he signed from Liverpool just over three years ago at what now looks like a bargain £49 million.
In that exact same time period, he has scored only once for England and his total international tally now stands at just two in 44 games.
It is a genuinely stark difference, but one that surely still says more about how well he and Manchester City have played over these past two years than it does about international performances which have just helped England reach a first World Cup semi-final for 28 years.
For a City team starting here exactly where they left off last season,…
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