England's Raheem Sterling has given a pointed response to critics angry that he preferred not to start in yesterday's 1-0 win against Estonia, tweeting: "Excuse me for being human." The 19-year-old Liverpool FC forward was defended by ex-England striker turned sports presenter Gary Lineker, who said: "Teenagers do get tired and even moody. He's young, still developing, we should cut him some slack."
Now listening too.. Excuse me for being human🎵 omw home— Raheem Sterling (@sterling31) October 12, 2014
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