Claudio Bravo – 6
Given no chance with Burnley’s goal, but used the ball and claimed some dangerous crosses.
Bacary Sagna – 6
Defended well but struggled to provide much of an attacking threat.
Nicolas Otamendi – 6
Gives away far too many unnecessary free kicks, often in dangerous areas. Did use the ball well when in possession and won many aerial duels in a combative display.
Aleksandar Kolarov – 6
Also defended well against Burnley’s aerial bombardment, but was guilty of not using the ball too well, giving it away frequently.
Gael Clichy – 6
Caught out defensively a few times, but improved in the second half and played well in the wing-back role.
Fernando – 7
Screened the back four really well, making vital interceptions. A very good return to the side for him.
Fernandinho – 6
Struggled in the first half, but was much improved in the second. The Brazilian showed brilliant tenacity for Aguero’s second goal.
Raheem Sterling – 5
Struggled to have any real impact and tentative in the opposition box. His delivery was poor and he wasted a few promising opportunities.
Yaya Touré – 6
Recycled the ball well, and offered us some control in the middle of the park. Still struggles with the pressing system but has made a successful comeback.
Nolito – 6
Started the first half well, but faded badly and was substituted after a needless booking.
Sergio Aguero – 7 (Man of the match)
The match winner. On the periphery of the game at times, but he scored the two vital goals and showed a classic poacher’s instinct.
Leroy Sané – 6
Replaced Sterling and showed promising signs down the right, but still raw and in need of game time.
Kevin De Bruyne – 6
Brought on with twenty minutes to go, no time to make a real contribution.
Jesus Navas – N/A
Brought on for match-winner Aguero with two minutes to go.
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