David Silva 9, Kevin de Bruyne 8; Joelinton 5 - Manchester City v Newcastle United ratings

David Silva 9, Kevin de Bruyne 8; Joelinton 5 - Manchester City v Newcastle United ratings
David Silva 9, Kevin de Bruyne 8; Joelinton 5 - Manchester City v Newcastle United ratings

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - MANCHESTER CITY RATINGS: Ederson - 6: The only time the Brazilian touched the ball nearly resulted in a goal for his winger Mahrez. Reuters

Joao Cancelo - 7: Came in field looking to get on the ball. Surprised to see him replaced at half time. AFP

John Stones - 6: Stuck his head in the way to deny Joelinton a header at goal but was otherwise untroubled. EPA

Nicolas Otamendi - 6: A few looks from his teammates following some dodgy clearances but rarely troubled otherwise. Reuters

Oleksandr Zinchenko - 7: Opened Newcastle up with some slick passing from left-back. AFP

Rodri - 7: Following a fine line of Spanish players comfortable taking the ball under pressure in tight situations and emerging with it. Reuters

David Silva - 9: Maestro conducted City's orchestra. Supplied goals for Jesus and Sterling and left fans with another wonderful memory of him by belting in a glorious free kick. Reuters

Kevin De Bruyne - 8: The Belgian was his usual brilliant self. Is there a better passer in world football? Reuters

Phil Foden - 7: Was full of running and energy but should arguably have scored twice. AFP

Riyad Mahrez - 7: Smart finish for the second and always looking to cut inside to unleash hell. EPA

Gabriel Jesus - 7: Neat finish to open the scoring and never gave the Newcastle defence any rest before being replaced. Reuters

SUBS: Ilkay Gundogan (on for Rodri, 45') - 6: Just sat in front of his defence and watched David Silva turn on the charm. AFP

Kyle Walker (on for Cancelo, 45') - 7: A one-man tank down City's right-hand side. EPA

Raheem Sterling (on for Jesus, 62') - 7: Just what Newcastle didn't need when they were already trailing 2-0. Scored his 24th goal of the season to move ahead of Sergio Aguero as City's top scorer. Reuters

Bernardo Silva (on for Foden, 75;) - 6: Always wanting to get on the ball and drive at the defence. EPA

Tommy Doyle (on for Mahrez, 75') - 6: The sight of the City youngster berating David Silva for not picking him out will live long in the memory. AFP

NEWCASTLE RATINGS: Martin Dubravka - 5: Made one impressive save to deny David Silva and then gifted him a goal with poor positioning at a free kick. The way Newcastle set up the Slovak was always in for a busy night. AFP

DeAndre Yedlin - 5: Couldn't cope with City's attack. No surprise the first two goals came down his channel. Reuters

Fabian Schar - 5: Showed some decent touches and good vision the few times he touched the ball. AFP

Emil Krafth - 5: Struggled to keep pace with City's slick pass-and-move game around the area. Reuters

Federico Fernandez - 5: Unfortunate own goal when Ritchie's clearance cannoned off him. Reuters

Danny Rose - 5: Struggled to keep Mahrez in check and was blowing hard after the hour mark. EPA

Nabil Bentaleb - 5: Game completely passed him by and a few rollockings from teammates after not exactly busting a gut to track City's midfield runners. EPA

Jonjo Shelvey - 5: Caught in possession several times in a frantic opening 45 minutes. EPA

Valentino Lazaro - 5: Never saw any of the ball to make any inroads. AFP

Matt Ritchie - 6: Newcastle's best player, but that's not saying much. Reuters

Joelinton - 5: Hard to be too critical of the Brazilian because Newcastle were never set up to support him. Reuters

SUBS: Dwight Gayle (on for Joelinton, 66'), Longstaff for Shelvey, 66'), Manquillo (on for Lazaro, 66') - Introduced with their team trailing 3-0; Freddie Atsu (on for Ritchie, 84') - NA. AFP

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