Manchester City player ratings
Stefan Ortega – 6/10
Served mostly as a spectator. But when having to save, it can’t be wrong.
Kyle Walker – 5/10
Doesn’t look ready when the team is in possession. There were times when teammates lost their rhythm.
Ruben Dias – 6/10
The beginning didn’t start out so well, but he slowly caught the pace of the game and didn’t make any ugly mistakes.
Nathan Ake – 8/10
Participates a lot in attack, especially set pieces. before scoring a goal for the team
John Stones – 6/10
Stumbled around in the penalty area many times. But most of them settled down as a holding midfielder.
Rodri – 7/10
Excellent control of the midfield game. Have the freedom to fill the attacking game with many strokes due to the presence of Stones.
Riyad Mahrez – 6/10
Not very dangerous on the ball. But at least provide an assist for Ake’s header to take the lead.
Julian Alvarez – 6/10
Likes to run swaying to break the West Ham defensive line. He opened up space for Haaland. But he wasn’t good enough for a playmaker role.
Bernardo Silva – 5/10,
many missed passes acting rather irritated but stayed until the end of the game
Jack Grealish – 7/10
Continues to be dangerous. And was the one who provided the assist for Haaland to break the record.
Erling Haaland – 7/10
Not much room to score goals. But when there is one opportunity, you can close the account straight away.
Phil Foden (substitutes Alvarez at 77) – 7/10
Not a lot of time for him to make an impact, but Foden still manages to score goals.
Manuel Akanji (replacing Ake, 77′) – 6/10,
doing well at left-back, now side Laporte as permanent substitute.