Raheem Sterling scored twice in Liverpool's 3-2 win over Norwich, keeping them in control of the Premier League title race. After the match, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers had high praise for the 19-year-old winger, saying, “He is the best young player in European football at the moment. At 19 years of age you don’t see anyone better. His intelligence with the ball, his movement and he’s scoring goals." And with performances like this when Liverpool need them most, Sterling is forcing himself into consideration for a World Cup spot. So here is all the information you need to know about him.
-He was born in Jamaica and emigrated to England at the age of five (with his mother — he wasn't just an adventures five-year-old).
-At the age of 15, a combination of scouting reports, a recommendation from former Liverpool academy director Frank McParland and an appearance on the Skills Skool segment of Sky Sports' Soccer AM helped then manager Rafa Benitez convince the club to buy SterlingRead More »from Everything you need to know about Raheem Sterling, 'the best young player in European football'