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Aston Villa players rated vs Manchester City- The 4th Official

Aston Villa hosted Manchester City at Villa Park earlier in the evening as they look for a good result in front of their home fans. The Villans got off to a good start and went into half-time with zero goals.

Steven Gerrard’s side had a sloppy start to the second half, conceding the opening goal in the 50th minute when Erling Haaland scored from close range. However, Leon Bailey equalized for the Villans in the 74th minute when he scored in composure. The match ended with honors even as Aston Villa drew 1-1 for the defending Premier League champions.

Let’s take a look at how each Aston Villa player performed against Manchester City.

GK: Emiliano Martinez – 7/10

The Argentine keeper made some good saves from the back but should have read De Bruyne’s cross better before Haaland scored.

RB: Marty Cash – 6/10

He barely caught the pace of the game and had to be substituted in the 26th minute.

DC: Ezriconza – 6/10

Konsa made two significant defensive contributions and was enough to limit City to just one goal.

CB: Tyrone Mings – 6.5/10

He made plenty of key clearances in the half and was also strong in the air.


GM: Lucas Digne – 6.5/10

The French genius won its fair share of aerial duels and excelled on the defensive side of the pitch. However, he has few proposals for the future.

Centimeters: Douglas Lewis – 6.5/10

He repaired the midfield well and created a good chance in the attacking third.

Centimeters: Bubakar Kamala – 6/10

Kamara was always ready to make tackles in the middle of the park but failed to enter the opposing half.

WC: John McGinn – 6/10

The Scot failed to gain a foothold in the game and was substituted in the 64th minute.

RAM: Leon Bailey – 7/10

Pelé remained silent for most of the match, but he kept his composure and scored the all-important equalizer for Villa in the 74th minute.

Line: Jacob Ramsay – 7/10

He persisted in the fight despite his efforts to cause real problems for opposition defenders. Ramsay deserves credit for creating equal opportunities for Pele.

ST: Ollie Watkins – 6/10

Watkins worked hard on the ball but didn’t feel the goal.


AR: Ashley Young – 6.5/10

After coming on in the first half, he filled in the right-back well for most of the game.

CAM: Philippe Coutinho – 6/10

Coutinho failed to adapt to the pace of the game.

RAM: Emiliano Buendia – not applicable

He doesn’t have enough time to make an impact.

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