Another day, another defensive error for Manchester City.

On Wednesday it was Claudio Bravo’s error that got the headlines, while the rest of the defence were lacklustre in front of him, and against Southampton John Stones was the man whose sloppiness cost City a goal.

It’s something he appears to be making a habit of.

John Stones: Has committed more errors that have led to a goal (4) than any other Premier League outfielder since the start of last season

— (@WhoScored) October 23, 2016

The £50 million man misjudged Vincent Kompany’s position on the field, allowing Nathan Redmond to pounce. But for Kelechi Iheanacho doing what he does, Stones’ cheeks would’ve been a lot redder.

The 22-year-old will likely be vilified by a few, with the latest mistake yet more evidence for some that the centre-back is still a long way from where he could be, but isn’t that conversation a little boring now?

Let’s instead focus on the young Nigerian with an incredible record in the Premier League…

11 – Kelechi Iheanacho has now scored 11 Premier League goals from 17 shots on target. Clinical.

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) October 23, 2016

The 20-year-old knows where the goal is, and has proven it eight times in his last 11 appearances for City. And while all the talk ahead of kick off was Sergio Aguero’s name being back on the team sheet, Iheanacho sprung from the bench to win his team a point.

Kelechi Iheanacho the rescuer.

— Hope (@hope_ejairu) October 23, 2016

Kelechi iheanacho Aka game changer..

— Vivian (@ekeviviann) October 23, 2016

There are only TWO players in Man City: 1. Kelechi Iheanacho; 2. Others.

— I Am Zlatan (@ThaVincent) October 23, 2016

The young Super Eagle gained praise from someone who knows what they’re talking about when it comes to scoring goals from inside the box.

How to score goals: attack space and when ball goes in the area you gamble on you'll have an easy chance. Perfect example from Iheanacho.

— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) October 23, 2016

While his consistency hasn’t gone unnoticed.

Kelechi Iheanacho is the gift that keeps on giving. Been very consistent at it too.

— Deji Kofi Faremi (@deejayfaremi) October 23, 2016

The point he rescued sent City back to the top of the league but it’s now no wins in five for Pep Guardiola’s men – the first time the Spaniard has suffered a run like that in seven years.

Maybe it’s time to start Iheanacho and leave Aguero on the bench?

Sergio Aguero has registered just one touch inside Southampton's box so far.
We're in the 70th minute.

— Squawka Football (@Squawka) October 23, 2016

As for Southampton, well, 2016 continues to be another great year.

51 – Southampton have collected 51 points in 2016, two more than Manchester City have in the calendar year (49). Worthy.

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) October 23, 2016