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Liverpool edged slightly closer to their first league title since 1990 with a nervy 3-2 win over Norwich at Carrow Road.
The best player on the pitch was Raheem Sterling, who managed two goals and an assist in yet another sublime performance. The 19-year-old opened the scoring after just four minutes, weaving his way past Bradley Johnson to fire off an unstoppable shot from distance.
Around seven minutes later, Sterling delivered a pinpoint cross to Luis Suarez, who put the ball past John Ruddy for his 30th goal of the season. In the second half, he capped off a perfect afternoon when he poached the ball from Johnson and saw his deflected shot loop over the keeper.
Brendan Rodgers hailed Sterling after the game as "the best young player in European football," per Greg Stobart of Goal.com, which doesn't seem like a huge exaggeration based on recent form.
Thanks to afternoons like this, the precocious youngster's place in Roy Hodgson's starting XI this summer is looking more and more likely.