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SportManchester City Player Ratings: Chelsea (H)

12:25  11 february  2019
12:25  11 february  2019 Source:   readsport.co

Chelsea player ratings: Manchester City (A)

Chelsea player ratings: Manchester City (A) Chelsea’s catastrophic away record against the ‘big six’ sides continued embarrassingly, as Sergio Aguero netted a record-equalling 11th hat-trick of his Premier League career in Manchester City’s 6-0 win. The cataclysmic nature of the Blues emerged within just four minutes of kick-off. The quick feet and slaloming dribbles of Bernardo Silva saw him lay the ball on a plate for Raheem Sterling to finish and provide the opener in what would turn out to be Chelsea’s worst ever defeat in the Premier League era.

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Sergio Agüero made up for his early miss in superb fashion but Ross Barkley in no way atoned for his awful gift for the Argentinian’s second in Manchester City ’s 6-0 rout of Chelsea .

Manchester City Player Ratings: Chelsea (H) © Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images Sport Manchester City v Chelsea FC - Premier League

Manchester City 6.

Chelsea 0.

I did not expect that result or performance from City before the game! Chelsea are not a bad team as proven with some good results this season, however City hit them fast and hard and before the 20th minute, the home side were 3-0 to the good.

That was the best performance I have seen from Man City this season. Everyone was fully up for the game and worked exceptionally hard, making sure that Chelsea could not recover. That is exactly what Pep Guardiola demands and was the antithesis from what was seen at Newcastle.

Chelsea player ratings: Manchester City (N)

Chelsea player ratings: Manchester City (N) Spot kick misses from two of Chelsea’s most prolific penalty takers, Jorginho and David Luiz, ensured that Maurizio Sarri’s wait for a first professional trophy continued. Despite the scoreline, the game was not devoid of entertainment and controversy, with player power being exercised to the full extent of its definition when Chelsea keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga defied Sarri’s instructions and refused to be substituted late on for penalty expert Willy Caballero. The Spanish keeper then went on to wink at the camera in a move that would prove all the more hubristic with every City penalty that flew past him.

Manchester City took another huge step to their third Premier League title as the Citizens cruised to a 1-0 victory against current holders Chelsea Whereas for City , it’s another win and a big step towards Pep Guardiola’s first domestic league title in England. Here are our player ratings from the match.

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It took City just four minutes to open the scoring with a smart finish from Raheem Sterling at the back post. Sergio Aguero then made it 2-0 with a superb curling effort in the top corner. Shortly after it was 3-0 Aguero used his composure to capitalise on a Chelsea mistake. After 25 minutes it was 4-0 as Ilkay Gundogan scored a beautiful goal from outside of the box.

City then started the second half as they had the first. They were fast and looked as if they would score with every attack. This eventually happened when a menacing Sterling beat a tired Cesar Azpilicueta and was brought down for a penalty. Aguero tucked it away and scored his 11th Premier League hat-trick!

The sixth and final goal came in the 80th minute with a superb ball through by David Silva to Oleksandr Zinchenko, who put the ball on a plate for Sterling who couldn’t miss.

This was certainly a statement but there are many tough challenges ahead.

Here’s how we rated the City stars:

Chelsea player ratings: Manchester City (N).
Spot kick misses from two of Chelsea’s most prolific penalty takers, Jorginho and David Luiz, ensured that Maurizio Sarri’s wait for a first professional trophy continued. Despite the scoreline, the game was not devoid of entertainment and controversy, with player power being exercised to the full extent of its definition when Chelsea keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga defied Sarri’s instructions and refused to be substituted late on for penalty expert Willy Caballero. The Spanish keeper then went on to wink at the camera in a move that would prove all the more hubristic with every City penalty that flew past him.

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