Manchester City vs West Ham United Player Ratings

Manchester City vs West Ham United Player Ratings as Phil Foden shines brightly when The Citizens clinch fourth titles in four seasons

Manchester City vs West Ham United Summary

Once again, Manchester City proved to be the most consistent team in not one, not two, but four seasons in a row. Two-goal lead from Phil Foden before the break and one another from Rodri, could only be replied by Mohammed Kudus.

The Citizens became the first side in Premier League history to win four consecutive titles. City surpassed Manchester United’s record who won three consecutive league titles in 1999-2001 and 2007-2009.

Manchester City Player Ratings

Goalkeeper and defence

Stefan Ortega (6.7/10)
To be fair, the final game is not giving him to much pressure at the back line owing to City’s defensive force.

Kyle Walker (7.5.10)
The captain multiple clearances and interceptions to secure the area, no West Ham players could ever dribbled past him.

Ruben Dias (6.8/10)
Not giving so much excitement with his partnership alongside Akanji despite winning three duels in his area to clear the area.

Manuel Akanji (7.1/10)
Showed a little bit more composure compared to Dias with his clearance and a tackle, allowing a scrimmage that leads to Kudus’ goal before the break.

Josko Gvardiol (7.5/10)
The Croatian made a huge impact on the left side of City’s flank both attack an defensively. He won seven duels and delivered one key pass to keep his side on the lead.


Rodri (8.6/10)
Pivotal in a crucial moment, extending the lead in the second half with his goal.

Kevin De Bruyne (8.7/10)
Giving Alphonse Areola a serous threat with his shots during the game, delivering five key passes and three shots on target.

Phil Foden (9.9/10)
Wasted no time to take Man. City lead with two goals inside 20 minutes in the first half, giving quite a significant pressure for Arsenal in the title race.


Bernardo Silva (8.4/10)
He ran riot on the right flank of City’s attacking side with providing one assist for Foden to open the scoring chores.

Jeremy Doku (7.8/10)
Actively helped City from the flank-side since kick-off, he provided an assist for Foden’s second goal.

Erling Haaland (6.5/10)
The Norwegian had a lot of chances in the game but none of them were converted, he ended up winning the Golden Boot anyway.

Nathan Ake (6.5/10)
Coming on in the second half to replace Akanji, managed to keep City’s net from conceding another goal.

Matteo Kovacic (N/A)
Did not have much time to contribute significantly after replacing Phil Foden on the edge of the second half.

West Ham United Player Ratings

Goalkeeper and defence

Alphonse Areola (8.1/10)
The Frenchman had a busy day flying here and there to save his net despite failing to do so. Overall, Areola is West Ham’s best performing player in this game.

Aaron Cresswell (6.2/10)
Struggled to keep up with Bernardo Silva on that flank-side. No duels won but successfully made a clearance and blocked one shot.

Kurt Zouma (6.3/10)
Gave a tough test for Erling Haaland in the game with his clearances and block.

Konstantinos Mavropanos (6.7/10)
A bad day for the Greek, made a sloppy mistake that allowed City to score two minutes after kick-off.


James Ward-Prowse (6.5/10)
West Ham’s only goal was started from his corner kick which was failed to be anticipated well by Gvardiol.

Tomas Soucek (65/10)
Made a significant impact for West Ham in the game, including his eventually-disallowed goal in the second half.

Emerson Palmieri (6.6/10)
Played a fairly good game but not good enough to keep up with City’s intensity. The Brazilian made two successful dribbles and won four ground duels in the game.

Vladimír Coufal (6.7/10)
Had a hard time to keep up with both Gvardiol and Walker throughout the game. No successful long passes, crosses, shots, or dribble for the Czech.


Lucas Paqueta (6.4/10)
Completely got no clue what to do during the game with all of his attempts were crushed miserably by City players. No shots, no successful dribble attempts, nor a single key pass from the Brazilian.

Mohamed Kudus (7/10)
Provided a constant threats for City at the front, including his goal at the edge of the first half.

Michael Antonio (6.2/10)
The score line says it all to describe Antonio’s performance in this game. He went on to played 81 minutes before being replaced by George Earthy.


Edson Alvarez (6.4/10)
During his 13 minutes being on the pitch, Alvarez can only delivered 11 passes out of 12 attempts.

George Earthy (6.5/10)
Not much he can do in nine minutes, one single pass from one touch.

Danny Ings (6.6/10)
Ings was expected to bring changes after replacing Paqueta in the last 10 minutes of the game but failed to do so.

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