Man City player ratings vs Chelsea as Ederson and Bernardo Silva good in Premier League classic – Simon Bajkowski

Walker: Some terrific work to try to keep a rampant Sterling quiet, comfortably City&aposs best defender. 7

Akanji: A lovely header to make it 2-2 but was kept busy all game as Chelsea poured forward. 6

Dias: Unusually ragged, giving the ball away too often and being rushed into challenges. Conceding the late penalty summed his afternoon up. 4

Gvardiol: Excellent work for the third City goal but rash in the first half and clumsy for Chelsea&aposs second. 5

Rodri: One of his poorer games, loose in possession and unable to offer the defence enough protection but scored what looked like being a late winner. 7

Silva: Excellent again from the left drifting into the middle, using the ball better than anyone else. 7

Alvarez: Nice work for the third goal but struggled to get involved otherwise. 6

Foden: Combined well with Walker and went close to scoring a couple of times in a good shift at both ends. 7

Doku: Undoubtedly a handful, but also contributed towards Chelsea getting joy on their right flank and was booked for diving trying to win a penalty. 6

Haaland: Two simple goals scored by the more difficult skill of being in the right place at the right time. 7

Grealish (for Doku, 59): Good again, offering control but also an attacking threat. 7