Manchester City claimed a 4-1 victory against Liverpool FC on Sunday.
The win moves Pep Guardiola’s side five points clear of Manchester United at the top of the table and 10 points ahead of Liverpool in fourth.
City’s win on Merseyside was their 14th successive victory in all competitions, equalling the all-time winning record by an English top-flight side.
With the score at one apiece and 17 minutes remaining, the ultra-consistent goalkeeper gave the ball away to Phil Foden who brilliantly set up Ilkay Gundogan for his second goal of the game.
Earlier, Gundogan missed a spot kick after Sterling had been felled in the only memorable incident from a drab first half, before the German midfielder made amends netting from close range after Alisson made a good stop from Foden’s low shot.