Manchester City player ratings for their 5-1 win against Wolves

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Manchester City kept up the pressure on Liverpool and kept their three-point lead over the Reds. This match was all about Kevin De Bruyne. He obviously opened the scoring for City. However, Wolves responded quickly. The goal came from a lightning-quick counter-attack and the goal was scored by Leander Dendoncker.

However, that was it for the Wolves. Then, it was all about De Bruyne and City. De Bruyne completed his hattrick within the first half only. His second and third goal came from his weaker left foot. 

The fourth goal also came from De Bruyne’s foot. He nearly got his fifth, but the woodwork came in his way. However, City did get a fifth after Raheem Sterling scored.


Ederson 6/10

 Did not have to anything throughout the match. However, he was helpless for the goal that he conceded.

Joao Cancelao 7/10

Good work from him in the right-back position. He was also involved in the fifth goal of the match.

Fernandinho 6/10

His struggles as the centre-back was seen. However, he was able to settle on later in the game and recovered.

Aymeric Laporte 7/10

A strong performance from him in the back. However, he was forced off with an injury.

Oleksandr Zinchenko 7/10

Was involved in the first two goals. Moreover, a solid performance defensively.

Iker Gundogan 7/10

Made some lovely long balls. Took care of the midfield ably.

Rodri 6/10

His mistake fetched City a goal. However, apart from that he was quite good.

Kevin De Bruyne 9/10

He was phenomenal throughout the match. Got his hattrick through his weaker left foot. Moreover, went on to score four goals.

Phil Foden 7/10

He was quite good in the match. He was unlucky for not getting any assists in the game.

Bernardo Silva 7/10

He was superb throughout the match. Got a good pass to setup De Bruyne for his first goal. Moreover, he was everywhere in the field- in the match.

Raheem Sterling 7/10

Missed a couple of chances. However, got the last goal and got an assist for De Bruyne’s third.

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