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Sporting CF versus Manchester City

Sporting CF vs. Manchester City: Sporting CF met Manchester City in the 2nd game of the UCL Round of 16. The first leg ended in City’s 5-0 win over the Portuguese side and many fans expected more of that. The game was not one-sided this time and ended 0:0.
Sterling missed a chance with a bad chip in the first half and Paulinho was brilliantly thwarted from close range by substitute goalkeeper Scott Parker. City advanced to the quarterfinals because they won the first leg by a huge result.
Let’s take a look at the player ratings for Manchester City vs Sporting CF:-

Sporting CF vs Manchester City player ratings

Manchester City

Ederson Moraes (6.8/10): Manchester didn’t have much activity throughout the game and were substituted to give Scott Parker a few minutes.
Oleksandr Zinchenko (6.6/10): Couldn’t produce as many crosses as expected.
John Stones (6.8/10): Had a decent game but didn’t have much to do. Played some good long balls from behind.
Aymeric Laporte (6.8/10): Did a good job holding a high line and preventing attacks.
CJ Egan Riley (7/10): The 19-year-old had a decent showing in UCL, making good form from right back.

Ilkay Gundogan (7.4/10): Gündogan looked very composed in midfield and played some good key passes.
Bernardo Silva (6.6/10): Had a decent half of football before being substituted at half-time.
Fernandino (7.9/10): Fernandinho held the midfield well as usual. He also played a lot of good diagonal balls.
Raheem Sterling (6/10): Sterling missed a good chance by trying to hit the keeper but failed miserably. Had a game that didn’t work out for him.
Gabriel Jesus (6.7/10): He did score a goal after hitting the goalkeeper at his near post but saw the goal go disallowed.
Phil Foden (7.3/10): Looked dangerous in attack but also became the creator a couple of times. Was substituted at half-time.

Riyadh Mahrez (6.4/10): Didn’t have much effect after switching in.
James McAtee (6.9/10): Had a good game and got involved immediately after being substituted on. Picked up defenders and easily dribbled past them.
Scott Parker (7/10): Came in for Ederson and made a good save from close range to thwart Paulinho.
Luke Mbete(N / A)

Sporty CF

Antonio Adan (7.7/10): The Sporting CF player made some good saves but his distribution was poor. He also claimed the flanks of the ball.
Sebastian Coates (7.6/10): Made good passes throughout the game. He also won a majority of the tackles and tackles in the match.
Luis Neto (6.9/10): Made some good clearances and blocks playing at the back.
Gonçalo Inácio (6.6/10):Didn’t affect the game much and lost tackles in the match.
Matheus Reis (6.8/10):flank well used. He made some good dribbles but his cross accuracy was poor.

Pedro Porro (6.9/10):Made some good long balls and was good at winning tackles. His crosses were bad and he lost a lot of possession.
Manuel Ugarte (6.2/10): Couldn’t get anything out of midfield and was easily overplayed several times.
Bruno Tabata (5.9/10): Due to his poor passing game, he often lost possession and was bullied in tackles.
Paulino (6/10):Had a bad game where nothing materialized for him. He missed a good one-on-one chance and was thwarted by Parker with a brilliant close-range save.
Pablo Sarabia (6.4/10):: Had a good game but only made a progressive pass. Was substituted in the 58th minute.
Islam Slimani (6.3/10):Had a quiet game and didn’t see much of the ball. Couldn’t take a single shot away.

Marcus Edwards (7/10): A good chance for Paulinho, who couldn’t convert.
Nuno Santos (6/10): Couldn’t do much after coming on and was mostly a spectator.
Ricardo Esgaio (7/10):Only had 4 ball contacts after being substituted on.
Joao Virginia (N / A)
Zouhair Feddal(N / A)

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