- Sterling was once again in fine form as England thumped Montenegro 5-1 in the ongoing UEFA Euro qualifiers
- The Man City ace was subjected to racial abuse during the clash
- He has now taken to Twitter to shut down his the racist abusers in a brilliant tweet
England national football team is enjoying a sensational run in the ongoing UEFA Euro qualifiers after thrashing Montenegro 5-1 on Monday night, March 25.
Man City star, Raheem Sterling, was once again in fine form for the Three Lions, scoring the fifth goal of the night to complete England's thrilling performance.
However, in a rather unfortunate turn of events, Sterling, alongside teammate Danny Rose were subjected to racial abuse in Montenegro as fans hurled lighters on them.
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Sterling, who had the last laugh has now taken to Twitter to shut down his critics with the perfect response.
The 24-year-old tweeted a photo of himself celebrating his well-taken goal during the clash by cupping his ears to Montenegro fans.
Meanwhile, fans and pundits have weighed in on the incident, with some now slamming UEFA for not doing enough to counter racism on players.
England boss, Gareth Southgate, has since confirmed the incident will be reported, adding he clearly heard racist chants directed towards his wards.
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