Grading the players: Manchester City beat Red Star Belgrade 3-2 in the Champions League. Last night: Player Ratings

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Grading the players: Manchester City beat Red Star Belgrade 3-2 in the Champions League. Last night: Player Ratings

Manchester City ended the UEFA Champions League group stage in perfect style. When they narrowly defeated Red Star Belgrade 3-2.

Micah Hamilton gave Man City the lead in the first half before Oscar Bobb scored the second goal in the second half. The home team had a boost when Hwang In-beom scored from a shallow goal, but Calvin Phillips scored a penalty to keep the visiting team away, even though Aleksandar died in scoring for Red Star in stoppage time, but It’s not in time.

At the end of this game, “The Blues” accumulated a full 18 points from playing 6 games, becoming Group G champions, while Red Star finished plum.

Manchester City player ratings

Stefan Ortega – 7/10

Made two tough saves in the second half. But still unable to keep a clean sheet. With two goals lost, there was no right to defend. But it is useful for the team when building up their ทางเข้า ufabet game from the back.

Rico Lewis – 7/10

Always be alert to the role of right-back in this game. Always remain calm when the ball is at your feet. Play like a senior player. Despite being the youngest player on the field

John Stones – 7/10

Gently give orders in the back panel With the role of team captain in this game, paired with Akanji, he performed his duties perfectly. There are no ugly mistakes to be seen. before being substituted at the end of the game

Manuel Akanji – 7/10

They perform their duties quite well, no different from their partners. It’s a shame they couldn’t keep a clean sheet. After meeting the home team, they took advantage and lost two goals.

Sergio Gomez – 6/10

But the first half was a bit chaotic before gradually improving in the second half. And there is nothing wrong that causes damage to the team.

Calvin Phillips – 6/10

Even though he coolly scored a goal for the team from the penalty spot But throughout the game he looked a little lacking in confidence. and was responsible for Hwang’s goal

Mateo Kovacic – 7/10

There may be some errors at first. But he is getting better and better and is a great link in the away team’s midfield.

Micah Hamilton – 9/10

You can report it for this game. With the first real start for the senior team and scored the most beautiful goal Including calling a penalty for Phillips to kill as well.

Matheus Nunes – 7/10

Always inserted high in the middle of the field. With the role of playmaker But only the last moment was missing. He seemed very eager to score and provide assists, so that was the source of the payment. Hamilton scored the goal to take the lead.

Jack Grealish – 6/10

It was a difficult game because the opponent hit hard all the time. Until he had a minor injury and was substituted at half time, his entire 45 minutes were not that outstanding. and made poor decisions at many moments

Oscar Bobb – 8/10

Of course being a striker isn’t his natural role, which makes Bobb stand out when deployed on the right wing. And shot beautifully in the second half.


Phil Foden (replacing Grealish, 46′) – 6/10 –  Nothing outstanding. He should have been told to support himself so as not to get hurt.

Mahamadou Susoho (replaces Kovacic, 76′) – 6/10 – Might be a bit rough, but a good start to the first team.

Bernardo Silva (replaces Nunes, 83′) – N/A

Nathan Ake (replaces Stones, 86′) – N/A