Raheem Sterling has been named Premier League Player of the Month for November, the second time in his career the Manchester City star has collected this award.
Sterling, who turned 24 at the weekend, won the award ahead of City teammates David Silva and Leroy Sané, in addition to Lucas Digne (Everton), Felipe Anderson (West Ham), Andrew Robertson (Liverpool) and Moussa Sissoko (Tottenham).
It comes after a spectacular November in which the England international scored 3 goals and contributed 3 assists in a great month for City.
Sterling previously won the award in August 2016 and is the first Man City player to collect it since Sergio Aguero in January of this year.
In the Premier League this season, Sterling has an incredible production rate with 8 goals and 6 assists in 13 appearances, and this award is well deserved.