Grading the players: Manchester City beat Young Boys 3-1, taking the lead in the Champions League: Player Ratings

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  • Manchester City has a high chance of advancing to the knockout round after collecting a full 9 points from 3 matches.
  • Erling Haaland scored 2 goals in this game. But it may not be the best form.
  • Manchester City are unbeaten in 12 consecutive games in the Champions League.
Grading the players: Manchester City beat Young Boys 3-1, taking the lead in the Champions League: Player Ratings

Manchester City must adjust to playing on artificial turf surfaces when they visit Young Boys, a ทางเข้า ufabet club from Switzerland. But he didn’t miss out and grabbed 3 points as intended.

Manuel Akanji headed home City’s lead early in the second half, but the Young Boys equalized through Meshack Elia.

Pep Guardiola’s team attacked hard to get more goals before Erling Haaland scored two goals to help. “The Blues” won with a score of 3-1.

Manchester City now have a bright chance of qualifying for the next round after collecting a full 9 points from 3 matches, 3 points ahead of RB Leipzig.

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

GK: Ederson – 7/10

Come back to be real again. After resting in the last league game For the match, you have to exert more effort to save than you think before losing 1 goal.

CB: Manuel Akanji – 7/10

The defensive game isn’t bad at all. Plus, he was a constant threat when he had to add to the attacking game, leading up to 1 goal from standing in the right place at the right time to follow Dias’ header.

CB: Ruben Dias (c) – 7/10

Command your friends from the back. The defense is always reliable. Unfortunately, Akhanji should have been named the scorer after his header hit the crossbar.

CB: Nathan Ake – 7/10

Reads the game well to limit the opponent’s offense. But in the end, Elia was allowed to score the equalizing goal.

DM: Rico Lewis – 8/10

Targeted by Young Boys, but responds calmly under pressure Excellent game control with Rodri when moving into midfield. It’s no wonder why he won the Man of the Match award in this game.

DM: Rodri – 8/10

Came back and was an important force for the team continuously. Keeping order in the middle The goal took the starting point from him. And was the one who assisted Haaland to shoot to close the box.

RM: Jeremie Dogu – 7/10

Had a golden opportunity to almost score a goal for the team 2 times but was completely prevented by Rachoppi. Other than that, it wasn’t too noticeable compared to the previous matches.

AM: Matheus Nunes – 4/10

It was his second start of the season since moving from Wolves, but he looked a bit lacking and didn’t read the game thoroughly. Lost the ball many times until being substituted

AM: Mateo Kovacic – 6/10

Not a good start Before getting better and better, he seemed more useful when involved in the opponent’s penalty area than having to help defend in his own half.

LM: Jack Grealish – 8/10

Probably his best performance of the season. Looks sharper and fitter, often attacking the Young Boys’ defense and was involved in the second goal when the shot was blocked. Rodri dunked on the ball before being blocked and knocked down in the penalty area.

ST: Erling Haaland – 7/10

Killed the penalty to give the team the lead again. And one more goal ended the game. In addition to shooting, he also coordinates well with his teammates, but it doesn’t seem like his best performance.


Bernardo Silva (replaces Dogu, 72′) – 6/10 – Didn’t really stand out. But his diligence always helps the team.

Julian Alvarez (substitute for Nunes, 72′) – 7/10 – Really eye-catching and a shame the shot went in but was confiscated by VAR.

Sergio Gomez (replaces Haaland, 90′) – 6/10 – Too little time to make an impact.

Calvin Phillips (in place of Rodri, 90′) – 6/10 – Really difficult opportunity to play. In addition to moving teams only