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Manchester City 2-1 West Ham: Pep Guardiola’s stars rated and slated

first_imgManchester City maintained their eight point lead at the top of the Premier League thanks to another late win at the Etihad Stadium.Second half goals from Nicolas Otamendi and David Silva secured all three points for the hosts after Angelo Ogbonna had given West Ham a half time lead.Victory for Pep Guardiola’s side extends their winning run to 20 games in all competitions ahead of their trip to Old Trafford for the Manchester derby next weekend.But how did the Citizens perform at the Etihad Stadium against David Moyes’ men?Click the right arrow, above, to see talkSPORT’s Manchester City player ratings…. 14 14 SUB – Bernardo Silva – N/A – Not enough time to make an impact. 14 14 14 14 Ederson Moraes – 6 – Could have done more to prevent Ogbonna’s opener after getting a strong hand to the defender’s header. Did well to shut out Antonio’s driven effort in the second half when the Hammers threatened on the counter. Danilo – 6 – The left-back did not put a foot wrong and got forward on occasion. But with his side trailing at the break, Guardiola opted to bring on Jesus as his side chased an equaliser. 14 14 Sergio Aguero – 5 – Largely anonymous by his standards. The striker was outshone by his more industrious teammates and was unsurprisingly hooked in the closing stages as his side looked to defend their lead. Raheem Sterling – 6 – The electric forward did not live up to his match-winning performances of late but played a vital part in his side’s equaliser. Made a mess of a rebound effort when the goal was gaping. SUB – Gabriel Jesus – 7 – The substitute made an immediate impact as he crossed for Otamendi to bundle home the equaliser. One of many to be denied by Adrian’s heroics and should be confident of replacing Aguero in next week’s starting XI. David Silva – 7 – A fabulous piece of innovation secured his side all three points and maintained their eight point lead at the top of the table. Uncharacteristically sloppy in possession for large portions of the game but made a telling impact. Nicolas Otamendi – 6 – Beaten in the air by Ogbonna for West Ham’s goal but redeemed himself after venturing forward to slide home his side’s equaliser. Largely untroubled at the back due to his side’s dominance in possession. Eliaquim Mangala – 5 – A largely solid performance but was nearly embarrassed late on. Comically fell to the floor after being skinned by a West Ham attacker and left Guardiola incensed, who punched the air in anger in reaction to his defender’s composure. Leroy Sane – 7 – Looked to make things happen and was denied on a number of occasions by Adrian in the Hammers goal. His tenacious running led to the eventual wearing down of the opposition defence as he continues to shine in all competitions. Fabian Delph – 8 – Given a midfield role after Fernandinho was named as a substitute. Caught the eye with his range of passing and brought some much needed urgency to a lethargic looking City side. 14 SUB – Fernandinho – N/A – Replaced Aguero in the closing stages as his side looked to hang on to their lead. Could have his work cut out to replace the impressive Delph in the defensive midfield role. Kyle Walker – 6 – Not one of his most influential performances. City did not enjoy enough space for the fullback to thrive in and had to make do with conservative possession as his side patiently broke down West Ham’s resistance. Kevin De Bruyne – 7 – One of the few City players who carried out his manager’s instructions of pressing relentlessly from the off. Produced an outstanding pass to pick out David Silva as City snatched another late win. 14 14 14 14 14last_img read more