Man City player ratings as Phil Foden and teenage defenders shine against Wycombe

Zack Steffen Point-blank save to deny Obita and keep it 3-1, but little else to do – his two best saves were from offside players! – 6

Conrad Egan-Riley Positive and neat, and by the end of the game was playing like a veteran – 7

Finley Burns Every inch a Guardiola defender as he strode out of defence – and he battled hard as well – 7

Luke Mbete Strong, commanding and a consummate passer of the ball, three days after his 18th birthday – star in the making? – 8

Josh Wilson-Esbrand Hesitant start but his raids down the left were a big part of City’s best work and claimed an assist for Mahrez – 7

Romeo Lavia Clearly likes a tackle, and his passes over the top and through the lines were Fernandinho-esque – 7

Kevin De Bruyne Not at his sharpest, but still too good for this opposition – scoring his first goal of the season – 6

Phil Foden Quite staggering in the first half, and ended with two assists and a thunderous goal to remind Pep of his sheer quality – 8

Riyad Mahrez Took a while to get going, but then hit the post and bagged a couple of goals – 7

Ferran Torres Not having a great time in front of goal recently, so his tap-in will be a boost – 6

Raheem Sterling Doing plenty right on the approach, but coming apart at the seams whenever he gets near goal – 6


Cole Palmer (for Torres 72) Superb goal – 7

James McAtee (for Wilson-Esbrand 72) Asked to play left back! – 6

Not used: Carson, Dias, Jesus, Bernardo, Cancelo