Liverpool wonderkid Raheem Sterling has hit back at his critics after several people questioned his commitment, following his absence from England’s starting line up against Bosnia last night, as reported by the Daily Express.
Sterling did have an effect on the game, despite not starting, winning the free kick that Wayne Rooney converted after he came on from the bench.
However, Roy Hodgson suggested to the press pre-match that he had left Sterling out after being told by the Anfield star that he was feeling tired at a training session on Saturday.
With England returning from Talinn, where they won 1-0 to continue their perfect start to the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, Sterling posted a cryptic tweet, suggesting to his critics that he has done no wrong.
The manager has also defended Sterling after the game, saying that him and Sterling decided what to do together.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has worried over Sterling suffering burn out in recent weeks.