Pep Guardiola likely to rest stars and hand Zach Steffen his first shot in goal for Manchester City

Pep Guardiola likely to rest stars and hand Zach Steffen his first shot in goal for Manchester City
Pep Guardiola likely to rest stars and hand Zach Steffen his first shot in goal for Manchester City

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - WOLVES PLAYER RATINGS: Rui Patricio. 6 - Powerless to prevent Kevin de Bruyne from rocketing a penalty into the bottom corner and had no chance against City’s second either. AFP

Willy Boly. 5 - Struggled to deal with the sharp movement of Raheem Sterling and was often chasing shadows against the fluid visiting frontline. Getty Images

Conor Coady. 6 - Guilty of some sloppy moments in possession, and found himself bogged down in a physical battle with Gabriel Jesus. AFP

Romain Saiss. 5 - Got sucked into a rather naïve challenge on Kevin de Bruyne to give the visitors an early penalty, and the Moroccan never really recovered. Getty Images

Adama Traore. 5 - Completely starved of service thanks to City tactics that sniffed out any signs of a Wolves counter-attack. Getty Images

Ruben Neves. 6 - Should have done much better when he scuffed a shot from the edge of the box despite having a clear sight of goal and plenty of time. AP

Joao Moutinho. 5 - His lack of pace was cruelly exposed by De Bruyne as the Belgian glided past the midfielder with ease to create a string of chances for the visitors. Getty Images

Marcal. N/A - Forced off with an injury after just seven minutes. AP

Daniel Podence. 7 - By far Wolves’ most dangerous player, and showed great feet to nutmeg de Bruyne and provide Jimenez with a pinpoint cross for the forward to head home. PA

Raul Jimenez. 6 - Didn’t have much in the way of genuine goalscoring opportunities but took his 78th minute header brilliantly as he hauled his side back into the game for a tense finish. EPA

Pedro Neto. 5 - A largely anonymous display in which the 20-year-old never looked like seriously troubling the City defence. Getty Images

SUBS: Ruben Vinagre (Marcal, 8’). 6 – Penned back as Kyle Walker stamped his authority on the right flank, and with the Wolves midfield malfunctioning, the left wing-back was unable to stretch the game. REUTERS

Leander Dendoncker (Joao Moutinho, 78’). N/A – Came on to shore up the home midfield, but his side were chasing the game long before his arrival. Getty Images

Fabio Silva (Pedro Neto, 78’). N/A – Unable to get a sight of goal in the final 12 minutes. EPA

MANCHESTER CITY RATINGS: Ederson. 6 - A virtual bystander in what was a quiet night for the City stopper but had no chance against Jimenez’s firm header. AFP

Kyle Walker. 7 - Had real presence out on the right-hand side as he looked to provide a wide outlet and stretch the home backline. Reuters

John Stones. 6 - Brought the ball out of defence well in the first half but got caught out by two balls over the top that should have been finished off by Daniel Podence. EPA

Nathan Ake. 7 – A decent debut as he dealt well with Wolves’ physical approach and the Dutchman looks a smart addition to the City backline. Getty Images

Benjamin Mendy. 6 - Never in any real danger against the ever so dangerous Adama Traore, but he did pick up a first-half booking for holding back the Wolves winger. AP

Fernandinho. 7 - An easy night in the office for the Brazilian, who helped to effectively stall the Wolves midfield engine. Reuters

Rodri. 7 - Kept City firmly in control of a congested midfield and wasn’t far away from a rare goal when he fired a volley just wide of the angle between post and bar. EPA

Phil Foden. 7 - Picked up dangerous pockets of space between the lines and looked a threat even before he dispatched Sterling’s lay off to put City two ahead. AP

Kevin de Bruyne. 8 - Got the vital touch to a loose ball to draw a foul for his side’s penalty, before dusting himself down to slot home in emphatic fashion. He then played a part in his side’s second with a slide-rule pass for Sterling. AFP

Raheem Sterling. 7 - Looked sharp on his first league outing of the season, and opened his assist account with a tidy pass for Foden to finish for 2-0. EPA

Gabriel Jesus. 7 - Had a tough physical battle against the three-man Wolves defence but plugged away and deserved his late goal. Reuters

SUBS: Ferran Torres (Raheem Sterling, 81’) – A quiet Premier League introduction for the Spaniard. Reuters

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