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L'Equipe's Full Ratings For Manchester City Vs PSG Have Been Released And They're Incredibly Harsh

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L'Equipe's Full Ratings For Manchester City Vs PSG Have Been Released And They're Incredibly Harsh

French publication L'Equipe have released their ratings for Manchester City's 2-0 win over Paris Saint-Germain and they're just as harsh as you'd expect.

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A goal in either half from Riyad Mahrez saw City run out 4-1 winners on aggregate and reach their first ever Champions League final.

It was a monstrous performance from Pep Guardiola's side defensively, with Ruben Dias and John Stones blocking everything in their path.

But L'Equipe have deemed Mahrez to be man of the match with an eight rating while Dias and Stones have been given a seven and five respectively.

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The most shocking thing? Those are the good ratings. Just wait until you see PSG's.

Mauricio Pochettinho's side didn't have a single shot on target in the game and looked relatively toothless up front without Kylian Mbappe.

The Frenchman has been struggling with a calf problem and didn't feature at all on Tuesday evening.

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It meant Mauro Icardi started up front and he didn't get involved much at all - with a rating of two proving just that.


Angel Di Maria was sent off for a stamp on Fernandinho and received a four rating for his troubles.

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That is still higher than Neymar however, who was given a three after being anonymous for the entire game.

The Spaniard begun per Marca: "We were better for 70 minutes, we had the ball, we can go out with our heads high.

"We are sad, but we know that it is not easy to be a finalist one year and then to be among the four best the next."

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Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

Herrera also claimed referee Björn Kuipers told teammate Leandro Paredes to 'f**k off' during the game.

"The referee tonight said f**k off to Leandro Paredes. If we say that we get a 3 or 4 match ban," the 31-year-old said.

Do you agree with L'Equipe's player ratings? Who do you think should be higher or lower?

Featured Image Credit: PA Images

Topics: Manchester City, Football, PSG, Champions League

Daniel Marland
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