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Opposition defenders can't relax when Raheem Sterling is around and now neither can his Manchester City teammates.

The England international has developed a habit for sneaking up on any players and pinching their noses while they are sleeping.

French defender Eliaquim Mangala was the first victim when he dozed off on the City team's train journey to London to face champions Chelsea last month. And he was quickly followed by winger Leory Sane, who was rudely awaken on the same journey.

Now Sterling has struck again. This time John Stones was sleeping soundly on the way back from England's victory in Lithuania when the City attacker pounced. But the former Everton defender didn't look too happy and instantly hit out at Sterling's camera phone after his rude interruption.

Jonathan is ESPN FC's Manchester City correspondent. Follow him on Twitter: @jonnysmiffy.

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