Raheem Sterling, a winger for Chelsea, could undoubtedly improve in one aspect of his game, according to Gary Lineker.
He admitted to have a finishing flaw in his game to the BBC’s “Match of the Day Top 10” podcast.
With three goals so far this season, Sterling is now the club’s highest scorer in the Premier League.
He increased his total against Burnley last time out, despite VAR’s best attempts to breach their own regulations and rule it out.
The England international has made significant progress so far this season, but he has not yet been rewarded with a call-up back to the national team.
The media has been shocked by this since there are still concerns over Gareth Southgate’s obstinacy in team selection.
Micah Richards has asserted that he thinks Sterling is one of the finest players of our time and that he is genuinely underappreciated.
His game is not flawless, though, and that was acknowledged.
In reaction to Richards’ comments, Lineker stated that if he has a weakness, it is in his ability to finish.
He noted: “His finishing sometimes. if a weakness exists. Given how many goals he’s scored, I suppose it’s not that weak, but ….
Despite his flaws, he will unquestionably be a crucial component of Mauricio Pochettino’s team as they prepare for a challenging stretch of games.
Following the international break, title-challenging Arsenal will play at Stamford Bridge to kick off these matches.