Rodrigo deny Manchester City 3point. The secode half was start to finish and energizing, with the outcome implying that the crown jewels were shared between Pep Guardiola and his previous guide, Marcelo Bielsa.

Super-sub Rodrigo scored as Leeds United drew with Manchester City in a throbbing experience at Elland Road.

Raheem Sterling opened his record for the season with an excellent independent objective before Rodrigo got his first in English football after an Ederson blunder.

Manchester City were on top for a great part of the primary half, yet Leeds had chances as the game went on, and the home side maybe ought to have adjusted before half time.

The subsequent half was start to finish and energizing, with the outcome implying that the crown jewels were shared between Pep Guardiola and his previous mentor, Marcelo Bielsa, whose substitutes changed the course of the game.

Leeds United

Illan Meslier – 6. Attempted to demonstrate his value with the ball at his feet, yet carelessly parted with ownership to De Bruyne first and afterward Mendy for the Sterling objective. Made a vital spare to stop the ball breaking through to Sterling.

Luke Ayling – 7. Entrusted with hindering the precarious Sterling, which was continually going to be a test. The privilege back ought to have scored when he jumped on a Mendy blunder. The Englishman made some decent runs, yet in addition lost the ball thoughtlessly on occasion.

Robin Koch – 7. Shielded well against City’s strength, and helped Ayling against Sterling in the subsequent half.

Liam Cooper – 6. Imprudently lost the ball time and again in the primary half, prominently to Torres preceding the Sterling objective. His passing didn’t improve in the subsequent period, yet his shielding did.

Stuart Dallas – 7. The Irish full back made an objective sparing square to deny Ferran Torres, and demonstrated his assaulting danger to nearly complete a dazzling Leeds move. Splendidly guarded Sterling on the counter late in the main half, and won the ball back various occasions all through.

Kalvin Phillips – 7. The England global battled as Leeds were overwhelmed early, however his impact improved as the game proceeded and his side got into the game.

Helder Costa – 5. Inefficient all through, and offered small assaulting danger other than as an additional body.

Mateusz Klich – 6. The Polish midfielder was consistently accessible to his partners and kept the ball well with some flawless flicks.

Tyler Roberts – 6. Played a pleasant through ball to Klich, and was consistently sure under lock and key – if somewhat inefficient. Fill in for Rodrigo 10 minutes into the subsequent half.

Ezgjan Alioski – 5. The winger had an incredible opportunity to open the scoring following 13 minutes, and for the most part did next to no all through. Pulled back at half an ideal opportunity for Poveda.

Patrick Bamford – 7. The striker excelled on what was continually going to be an intense excursion for him, running and getting in behind however much as could reasonably be expected. Nearly scored when chosen by Rodrigo. Reserved for an elbow on Laporte.


Ian Poveda – 7. Had a prompt effect, taking on Mendy and intersection for Bamford seconds subsequent to going ahead. He was a steady splendid sparkle.

Rodrigo – 8. The Spanish worldwide changed the game, giving a quick danger, as he originally constrained a spare onto the woodwork before handing the ball over after an Ederson blunder. He nearly got a second with his head yet was denied by the City goalkeeper.

Leif Davis – 6.

Manchester City

Ederson – 7. Made a decent spare to deny Dallas late in the main half, before making a stunningly better stop to deny Ayling. Nonetheless, his blunder in the subsequent half talented Leeds an equalizer, however the Brazilian offered some kind of reparation to expertly deny Rodrigo a second.

Kyle Walker – 6. Lost Alioski who ought to have improved early, however did what’s needed to put off Dallas whenever Leeds got an opportunity.

Ruben Dias – 6. The Portuguese protector got an opportunity to score on his presentation, and shielded well when Leeds compromised in the subsequent half.

Aymeric Laporte – 7. Stepped forward from the back with a directing run that featured his certainty with the ball at his feet, and afterward approached with a header.

Benjamin Mendy – 5. The Frenchman was solid under lock and key, driving forward well and helped flash the opportunity for Sterling’s objective, however he made a horrendous blunder to give Ayling access just for Ederson to rescue him. Reserved for an unnecessary outing on Costa, and was supplanted by Ake.

Kevin De Bruyne – 7. Hit the woodwork after only three minutes with a cunning free kick, and that set the pace. Played a few great through balls and buckled down protectively, resolving to handles in midfield. One cross-field go to Mahrez was especially noteworthy.

Rodri – 6. The Spaniard directed the rhythm of City, as he normally does, however was astoundingly calm in the wake of being especially straightforward in the outcome of the Leicester game.

Phil Foden – 7. Some pleasant flicks, however was inefficient now and again in the principal half outside of a decent through ball to deliver Torres. Nearly scored when he cut onto his left foot.

Ferran Torres – 6. Beat Dallas for pace from the get-go in the game, and had a shot tidied up the line by the left back, yet for all the goof positions he got himself into, the Spaniard had no closure item. Supplanted by Bernardo Silva 20 minutes into the subsequent half.

Riyad Mahrez – 6. The Algerian made some pleasant passes and worked well as an amazing decision to lead the line. His exactness was off as he looked for an objective after Leeds’ equalizer. Supplanted by Fernandinho.

Raheem Sterling –  7. The England worldwide scored a unique independent objective soon after 15 minutes, and maybe ought to have improved when delivered by De Bruyne on a counter toward the finish of the primary time frame. Albeit to a great extent unknown in the subsequent half, he attempted to be excessively smart when through on objective in the 72nd moment and almost scored a delight with six minutes remaining.


Bernardo Silva – 6. The Portuguese entertainer went ahead for the last 25 minutes, yet was stayed silent and offered minimal outside of an off-target shot.

Nathan Ake – 6.

Fernandinho – 6.