Grading Man City’s players in the Premier League game, beating Fulham 4-0 last night: Player Ratings

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  • Manchester City easily stormed out and picked up 3 points by defeating Fulham 4-0.
  • Yosco Guardiol scored two goals, plus Phil Foden and Julian Alvarez each scored.
  • “The Blues” overtook Arsenal to become the leader after playing the same 36 games.

Manchester City easily stormed out to collect 3 points by defeating Fulham 4-0, overtaking Arsenal and rising to the top of the Premier League table.

Yosco Guardiol was in excellent form with two goals, with Phil Foden and Julian Alvarez netting each.

“The Blues” increased their tally to 85 points, 2 points clear of Arsenal, with 36 matches played.

Julian Alvarez (replacing Haaland, 82') – 6/10 – Called a penalty and made no mistake. Oscar Bobb (replacing Foden, 82') – 6/10 – Smart and confident with the ball. Rico Lewis (replacing Kovacic, 82') – 7/10 – Almost included as a scorer.

Manchester City player ratings

Ederson – 6/10

You don’t have to exert any effort to save anything. When having to participate in the build-up game, they performed well. This ufabet match, Fulham only found one opportunity to shoot. It’s telling that he’s tackled one of the easiest tasks of the season.

Manuel Akanji – 7/10

He started in the right-back position and soon had to switch to center back when Nathan Ake was injured. In which he performed a strong role.

Ruben Dias – 7/10

Find work easy but not careless when dealing with stressful situations. Especially the dangerous tackle before the end of the first half.

Nathan Ake – 6/10

It’s a pity that injuries have taken a toll despite being a regular starter in the latter period. Perhaps this will be his last game of the season.

Yosco Guardiol – 9/10

Explosive form, scoring goals in such an unusual way that he secretly thinks Pep Guardiola is secretly tutoring him because Guardiol has now scored 5 goals in the last 7 games.

Rodri – 9/10

Another outstanding performance from the Spanish midfielder, it’s a wonder his consistent form isn’t in the running for Premier League Player of the Year.

Mateo Kovacic – 7/10

Adding balance to Man City’s midfield along with being diligent in fighting for the ball. That makes Rodri’s job easier.

Bernardo Silva – 8/10

While Guardiol scored, Bernardo also provided a double assist. Although the first half might be a bit quiet.

Kevin De Bruyne – 7/10

Assisted Guardiol in scoring the lead. and looks dangerous and can be used at the last moment His passing isn’t always effective, though.

Phil Foden – 7/10

Scored his 25th goal of the season. Create many opportunities Including running to make a path for teammates until dangerous moments can occur many times

Erling Haaland – 6/10

Had a golden opportunity and couldn’t finish the score. Unfortunately, the Norwegian striker was not on the scoreboard in a game where the team scored such goals.


Kyle Walker (replacing Ake, 22′)  –  7/10  – Was brought on as a substitute sooner than expected. The defensive game performed strongly.

Jeremie Dogu (replacing De Bruyne, 75′)  –  7/10  – Flashes usable with limited time. Had a chance to shoot but also made a save.

Julian Alvarez (replacing Haaland, 82′)  –  6/10  – Called a penalty and made no mistake.

Oscar Bobb (replacing Foden, 82′)  –  6/10  – Smart and confident with the ball.

Rico Lewis (replacing Kovacic, 82′)  –  7/10 – Almost included as a scorer.