Grading the players: Manchester City beats Fulham 5-1 at home, leading the pack comfortably: Player Ratings

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Manchester City showed fierce form after defeating Fulham 5-1 at home, taking the lead
from Julian Alvarez in the 31st minute, but Tim Ream equalized two minutes later. come

Grading the players: Manchester City beats Fulham 5-1 at home, leading the pack comfortably: Player Ratings

“The Blues” in this game will let Juanma Ligne continue to manage the team while Pep Guardiola recovers from back surgery. They scored four goals in a row after Nathan Ake’s shot and Erling Haaland’s hat-trick.

At the end of this สมัคร ufabet game, Manchester City won 4 games in a row, collecting a full 12 points, leading the Premier League.

Manchester City player ratings (4-2-3-1)

GK: Ederson – 5/10

Should have done better for Fulham’s equalizing goal. Outside of that, they didn’t have much involvement.

RB: Kyle Walker – 6/10

It’s not anything outstanding. But he didn’t make the same mistakes as in the last game, dealing well with Bobby de Cordova-Reid.

CB: Ruben Dias – 7/10

Give commands in the defensive game panel. and show strong form again But escaped from getting a red card for picking up Harry Wilson.

CB: Manuel Akanji – 6/10

The fact that he was not caught offside by Ake’s goal caused it to be talked about, as was Marco Silva who gave an interview that he was dissatisfied with VAR. Akankji’s performance in the game was not bad.

LB: Nathan Ake – 7/10

Scored the most important goal to help Manchester City lead 2-1 before the end of the first half. Even though there was a rumor that it was an offside moment.

DM: Rodri – 6/10

Not having a very good game Some missed passes. But it is always important to Manchester City’s midfield.

DM: Mateo Kovacic – 5/10

He doesn’t seem too excited about the role being elevated a bit. Plus there are several shots of passing the ball.

RW: Jeremy Doku – 6/10

Looks scary when he gets the ball But still missing the final moment As well as not coordinating with teammates well enough. Still need some time to adjust.

AM: Julian Alvarez – 7/10

Very calm with the lead goal, but still lacking in the first half before getting better and better in the second half. And he was the one who created the opportunity for Haaland to shoot 3-1 up and also called a penalty.

LW: Phil Foden – 7/10

Probably most outstanding in the first half, Foden looked very dangerous with the ball at his feet. It’s a shame he only got one assist from Ake’s header because he created quite a few chances.

CF: Erling Haaland – 8/10

Scored a hat-trick and provided another nice assist, even though it wasn’t his best game. But don’t give the Norwegian striker a chance to pull the trigger. Because otherwise it will be like this.


Bernardo Silva (in place of Rodri, 76′) – 6/10 – added energy in midfield. But it came with a yellow card.

Sergio Gomez (in place of Doku, 76′) – 6/10 – There may not be a lot of time. But got a beautiful assist for Haaland to close the box with a smooth drag.

Kalvin Phillips (replaces Kovacic, 84′) – N/A – Chance to play first match of the season.

Rico Lewis (replaces Alvarez, 90′) – N/A – Too little time to rate.

Oscar Bobb (replaces Foden, 90′) – N/A – given a chance to debut for the senior team.