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Man City 3-0 Fulham – Player Ratings

How Did The Blue Score This Week?

Manchester City v Fulham FC - Premier League Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images

City secured the three points with a comfortable 3-0 over newly promoted Fulham, but how did the blues rate during the game?


Solid as usual, made a couple of good saves to keep his second clean sheet of the season, but other than that didn’t have too much to do.

Rating: 7

Kyle Walker

Snuffed out the threat of Ryan Sessegnon and got forward wherever possible

Rating: 8

Nicolas Otamendi

A dominant performance by the centre back and limited the often lethal Mitrovic to endure City kept a clean sheet

Rating: 8

Aymeric Laporte

Calm and composed in defence and is turning into a perfect compliment to Otamendi

Rating: 8

Fabien Delph

Once again turned into a more than capable understudy to Benjamin Mendy on his first start of the season. Tackled well and ran even better

Rating: 8


Great interception and run to set up Sane’s opener. Could also have added to the tally in the second half when his shot flew past the post and showing no signs of letting up.

Rating: 8

Bernardo Silva

Rapidly turning into the player everyone thought he would be. Great skills and his hard work set up David Silva for City’s second goal

Rating: 9

David Silva

Grabbed the second goal and always involved throughout the match. Great runs and making space all the time

Rating: 8

Raheem Sterling

Hit the bar, missed a chance or two and scored City’s third with a tap in. Once again a danger with his running and workrate

Rating: 7

Sergio Aguero

A quiet day for the Argentine but his run and cross set up Sterling for the third.

Rating: 7

Leroy Sane:

Scored the first within two minutes, had a chance saved and a goal disallowed. Always dangerous down the left and a constant threat to Fulham on his first start.

Rating: 8

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