The FC crew agreed that Manchester City showed full respect to Carabao Cup opponents Burton Albion, while running up a 9-0 lead in the first leg.
In a grossly lopsided affair, Man City put nine goals past League One's Burton Albion in the first leg of their Carabao Cup semi-final tie. Raheem Sterling has written a letter of support to a young Manchester City fan who suffered racial abuse and told him to "be proud of who you are."
Sterling, 24, was contacted by the grandmother of Ethan Ross, who revealed he had been having a difficult time.
Sterling has suffered racist abuse throughout his career and was allegedly targeted by a Chelsea fan during a Premier League match in December.
"Speaking up isn't easy, but easy never changed anything." After hearing that a young fan had been racially abused. Raheem Sterling sent a personal letter of support.=O @sterling7 pic.twitter.com/WnfatOSweO— Dugout (@Dugout) January 10, 2019
"Remember to stand tall and be proud of who you are and don't let them take away your courage,"…