Grading the players: Manchester City beats Bournemouth 6-1 at home, taking the lead in the Premier League: Player Ratings

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  • Jeremy Doku scored 1 goal and 4 assists to help Manchester City grab 3 points.
  • Bernardo Silva performed equally well when he scored 2 goals.
  • Two defenders, Manuel Akanji and Nathan Ake, also scored.
Grading the players: Manchester City beats Bournemouth 6-1 at home, taking the lead in the Premier League: Player Ratings
listPremier League season 2023/24
race daySaturday 4 November 2023
stadiumEtihad Stadium
Competition resultsManchester City 6-1 Bournemouth

Manchester City showed a beautiful form at home, defeating Bournemouth until they returned home with a score of 6-1.

Jeremy Doku showed great form, scoring 1 and assisting 4, as well as Bernardo Silva, who scored 2 goals, helping Pep Guardiola’s team increase to 27 points from 11 matches, overtaking T. Attenham Hotspur temporarily top the ufabet table

Manchester City player ratings (3-2-4-1)

GK: Ederson – 6/10

His long balls were not effective in this game. It was another quiet game. Because in the entire game he was shot on target only once. and still no longer have the right to defend against his shot Sinisterra as well.

CB: Manuel Akanji – 7/10

The goal was credited to Dogu’s shot ricocheting off him. Overall there was nothing wrong. There were many moments where the ball was moved forward as well.

CB: John Stones – 7/10

Set down to stand low Didn’t fill the game as high as in the past and did just fine. There are almost no errors to be seen.

CB: Nathan Ake – 7/10

Looks like he intends to shoot at his old team many times. And finally managed to do it. By being the last person to shoot and close the box.

DM: Rodri – 7/10

Play according to your own standards And haven’t encountered many tests. With a decisive score, he didn’t have to play until the end of the game.

DM: Mateo Kovacic – 6/10

Starting as a starter for the first time since the loss to Arsenal, but looks like he still needs to adjust to the team a bit. Therefore, installing a full game like this will bring full benefits.

RM: Kyle Walker – 6/10

He was even taken to play as a winger. With his outstanding speed, Pep is confident that Walker will help the team both offensively and defensively. However, the lost ball and his speed did not help.

AM: Bernardo Silva – 9/10

Still showing outstanding form from the game that defeated Manchester United and this match scored 2 goals, especially the second one where he chipped so softly, I thought Messi had scored it himself.

AM: Julian Alvarez – 7/10

It may not have been an outstanding game, but Alvarez still did his job well. As in the second half, he had to play the role of striker instead of Haaland before being substituted.

LM: Jeremie Dogu – 9/10

So outstanding that he should now be a starter ahead of Grealish. Surprisingly, he adapted to Manchester City so quickly. His performance of 1 goal, 4 assists guarantees that Doku should have. The name is consistently in the starting 11.

ST: Erling Haaland – 6/10

Should be named as a scorer from the opportunities he gets. But let it slip away Before being unlucky, he was slightly injured and had to be substituted at half time.


Phil Foden (replacing Haaland, 46′) – 7/10 –  Slightly surprising as only a substitute. Before coming down to show his potential and scoring 1 goal.

Rico Lewis (for Stones, 71′) – 7/10 –  Works well with teammates. Don’t act like a burden.

Matheus Nunes (replacing Alvarez, 71′) – 6/10 –  Somewhat inconsistent, if Bernardo’s shot didn’t cross the goal line, Nunes would have a name. It’s definitely the shooter.

Calvin Phillips (in place of Rodri, 71′) – 6/10 –  Missed a pass. Really worrying for Phillips for his long term future with the team.

Oscar Bobb (replacing Bernardo, 85′) – 7/10 –  Little time but took advantage. When he was the one who assisted Ake