CSKA Moscow vs Manchester City player ratings: Who was to blame for the draw?

A look at the individual performances in Russia

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Manchester City threw away a two goal lead against CSKA Moscow to leave their Champions League hopes in tatters.

An assured start saw them 2-0 up by half-time.

Sergio Aguero opened proceedings with a simple finish after Eden Dzeko had squared him the ball to bypass the goalkeeper.

James Milner then scored the second after a good bit of play, aside from Pablo Zabaleta appearing offside in the build-up.

Yet with the Premier League champions cruising, they took their foot off the gas and were punished.

Seydou Doumbia scored first, tapping in from close range before Bebras Natcho scored from the spot after a harsh penalty was awarded.

The result leaves City on two points after three games and with Roma and Bayern Munich also in their group, chances of progression are looking slim.

But who performed in Russia, and more importantly, who didn't? We take a look at the performances.

 

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