Ederson 5, Raheem Sterling 6, Moussa Dembele 8: Manchester City v Lyon player ratings

Ederson 5, Raheem Sterling 6, Moussa Dembele 8: Manchester City v Lyon player ratings
Ederson 5, Raheem Sterling 6, Moussa Dembele 8: Manchester City v Lyon player ratings

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - MAN CITY RATINGS: Ederson - 5: Usual excellent distribution from the deck but arguably should have done better with Lyon's second and absolutely should have with the third. AFP

Aymeric Laporte - 6: Went missing, like rest of defence, at key moments, although was clearly fouled before second goal. EPA

Eric Garcia - 5: Given the nod at the back despite looking bound for the City exit. Spaniard's recovery tackle on Ekambi unfortunately fell perfectly for Cornet to score opener. Poor decision-making for second goal. AP

Fernandinho - 6: Picked up first-half booking for cynical foul on Aouar. Defensive skills sacrificed by Guardiola ten minutes into second half as City went looking for goals. Reuters

Kyle Walker - 6: Wing-back played Ekambi onside which led to Lyon's goal. Lost battle with Cornet. AP

Ilkay Gundogan - 5: Solid defensively, as always, but offered nothing for City in midfield in terms of creativity. AP

Rodri - 6: Too similar in style to Gundogan. Solid, but City needed more creativity and attack-minded options in midfield. Booked. EPA

Kevin De Bruyne - 7: Found it tough to find space against a young and energetic Lyon midfield. Still produced pass of first half with outside of right boot to set up Sterling chance just before break. Had chances with free-kicks but couldn't find his range. Brilliant first-time finish to make it 1-1. AFP

Joao Cancelo - 6: Actually one of City's better players in the first half, which wasn't saying much. Some incisive passing, always looking to find Sterling down left. Far less influence after break and far too right footed to play left wing-back. AFP

Gabriel Jesus - 6: Isolated up front as City started with too many defensive players. Good run and shot forced decent save out of Lopez with 20 minutes to go. Handed Sterling an open goal only for teammate to blaze over late on. AFP

Raheem Sterling - 6: Like Jesus, not enough support up front. City's liveliest attacker throughout but regularly crowded out. Great run and ball for De Bruyne's leveller. But will have nightmares about the unbelievable miss in front of open goal from a few metres out with score at 2-1. Getty

MAN CITY SUBS: Riyad Mahrez - (On for Fernandinho 56') 7: At least stretched Lyon when he came on. Should have started. Reuters

David Silva - (On for Rodri 84') NA. City needed the little maestro on much earlier. Offers everything they were lacking in midfield. EPA

Pep Guardiola - 4: Spanish manager got his starting line-up badly wrong. Lack of creativity in midfield, too concerned with matching Lyon's formation and too slow to change things in second half. PA

Anthony Lopes - 7: Not convincing on crosses when he often chose to punch rather than catch. Likes to make simple saves look spectacular, although, to be fair, also made a few good stops. AFP

Marcal - 7: Vital early toe-poked interception to deny City in first three minutes and then went close at other end of pitch when he drove from edge of box but flew straight at Edersen. Brazilian was excellent at the back for Lyon. AFP

Marcelo - 7: Lyon's most experienced player was superb alongside fellow Brazilian Marcal in defence. Reuters

Jason Denayer - 8: Former City academy player had a night remember back in Manchester. Solid as a rock. EPA

Leo Dubois - 7: Good work down the right all night from the Frenchman. AFP

Bruno Guimaraes - 7: Sat in front of the defence as part of Lyon's young trio in the centre of midfield and played batter than City's players in similar role. Reuters

Houssem Aouar - 8: Looked top-quality at times driving forward from midfield, excellent passer of the ball and produced some timely challenges. AFP

Maxence Caqueret - 6: Another good young player for Lyon who stood up well against more experienced players. AP

Maxwel Cornet - 7: Winger continued his superb record by making it three goals in four games against City thanks to his quality first-half finish. AFP

Karl Toko Ekambi - 7: Relentless running up front caused City no end of problems from start to finish. AFP

Memphis Depay - 5: Disappointing evening for the former Manchester United man who couldn't add to his impressive scoring run in the Champions League. EPA

Kenny Tete - (On for Dubois 74') 6: Lyon scored twice soon after Dutch full-back came on so can't complain. Reuters

Moussa Dembele - (On for Depay 75') 8: What an impact from the former Fulham and Glasgow Celtic attacker. Two cool finishes as City's defence went AWOL. AFP

Thiago Mendes - (On for Guimaraes 70') 6: Brazilian slotted straight in for Lyon. Getty

Jeff Reine-Adelaide - (On for Toko Ekambi 87') NA. AFP

Rudi Garcia - 9: Unlike his City counterpart, French manager got everything spot on, from starting XI to second-half substitutions. AFP

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