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Raheem Sterling cancels out Wayne Rooney's landmark strike as Manchester City secure late draw with Everton

Independent Monday, 21 August 2017
Manchester City 1 Everton 1: Both Kyle Walker and Morgan Schneiderlin were sent off in a fiery encounter
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News video: Guardiola 'bemused' by Sterling dismissal

Guardiola 'bemused' by Sterling dismissal 00:24

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola reveals he couldn't "understand why" Raheem Sterling was sent off.

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