MANCHESTER CITY kept up their unbeaten start to the Premier League season with a 3-1 win on Bournemouth’s sunny coast.
Two goals from Sergio Aguero and a Raheem Sterling goal meant Harry Wilson’s worldie for the hosts was purely consolation.
There were some things that Pep Guardiola will want ironing out, but it was job done at a sweltering Vitality Stadium.
Here, reporter Alex Crook takes a look at who excelled and who under-performed for the champions.
Not his usual composed self. Booked for a crude challenge on Callum Wilson
Kyle Walker 6
Picked up an early yellow card for poor tackle on Nathan Ake. Solid after that
Nicolas Otamendi 5
Gave the travelling City fans some moments of concern with over-elaborate defending
Aymeric Laporte 6
Found the movement of Callum Wilson and Joshua King difficult to deal with
Oleksandr Zinchenko 7
Whipped in some dangerous crosses from the left including for Aguero’s opener
Ilkay Gundogan 5
Struggled to make any impact before being hauled off early in the second half
David Silva 7
Marked his 400th City game with two more sublime assists
Bernardo Silva 7
Showed come classy touches and passing was on point
Kevin De Bruyne 7
The German is getting back to his best after a couple of injury-plagued years
Raheem Sterling 8
Just loves playing against Bournemouth. Kept his cool to tuck away his goal neatly
Sergio Aguero 8
Is there a better predator in the Premier League? Tucked away his goals with minimal fuss
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