Manchester City attacker Raheem Sterling is one of the in-form players on the world football stage at the moment and he showed why his stock is on the rise against Montenegro in Podgorica on Monday night.
The former Liverpool player scored a goal against Montenegro to set a new personal record.
Raheem Sterling was amongst the goals as England came from a goal down to beat Montenegro 5-1 away from home in what was a Euro 2020 qualifier.
With the goal against Montenegro, Raheem Sterling has set a new personal record for the number of goals scored in a month.
The 24-year-old has scored eight goals in the month of March which is a far cry from his previous personal best of four goals.
He has been involved in seven goal contributions (six goals and one assist) in his last four games for England.
Sterling has been involved in the same goal contributions (7) in his 31 games for the Three Lions before the aforementioned four games.
Raheem Sterling wrapped up the 5-1 win against Montenegro after he received a through ball from former Liverpool teammate Jordan Henderson.
Goals from Michael Keane, Ross Barkley (2) and Harry Kane had overturned the opening goal of the game from Marko Vesovic of Montenegro.