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PLAYER RATINAS: Walker thwarted the counterattacks and established the tie, but Neymar had a frustrating night

Gabriel Jesus scored a winning goal in the 76th minute as Manchester City beat Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 at the Etihad Stadium to take their place in the Champions League round of 16 as Group A winners.

Kylian Mbappé put PSG ahead in the 50th minute, but City leveled when Raheem Sterling hit the back post.

Riyad Mahrez floated a ball to Bernardo Silva at the far post and the Portuguese midfielder showed a deft touch to cushion the ball to Jesús, who chose his place.

Sportsmail’s Kathryn Batte qualified the players Wednesday night.

Manchester City (4-3-3)

Ederson – 6 – He will feel like he could have done better with Mbappé’s goal, which went through his legs.

Kyle Walker – 8 – Some brilliant comeback runs to stop PSG on the fast break and provided the assist for Sterling’s goal.

John Stones – 6 – Almost gave PSG a goal before half-time – lucky that Mbappé flew over the crossbar.

Ruben Dias – 7 – Great entry for Messi in the second half. Another solid night for the trusty central.

Joao Cancelo – 6.5 – Caught in the middle to free Mbappé for the goal, but still looking for a threat in the future.

Rodri – 6.5 – He spotted the game very well and was able to help limit PSG’s counterattacks as City advanced.

Oleksandr Zinchenko – 6 – He came close to opening the scoring in the first half and was unlucky enough to be substituted early in the second.

Ilkay Gundogan – 7 – A constant hassle going forward. He came agonizingly close to scoring when his shot hit the post in the first half.

Riyad Mahrez – 7 – First half lively and was close to opening the scoring. He faded slightly as the game progressed, but his cross to Silva helped create the winning goal /

Raheem Sterling 7.5 – In the right place at the right time to call. Now three goals in three games for the forward.

Bernardo Silva – 7.5 – He kept the ball moving in the final third and produced a delicious touch to set Jesus up to score the winning goal.

Coach: Pep Guardiola – 7 – His team dominated possession and could have been out of sight at half-time. Bringing in Jesus was crucial as it provided the clinical touch to the winner.

Subs: Jesús (by Zinchenko 54) 7 – Cheered from the bench and made the desired impact with the winning goal.

Unused Subs: Ake, McAtee, Fernandinho, Palmer, Carson, Laporte, Steffen,

PSG (4-3-3)

Keylor Navas – 6.5 He made good saves in the first half. Not much could be done for any of City’s goals.

Achraf Hakimi – 7 Helped keep him in the game with a couple of late punts. He couldn’t go as far as he would have liked.

Marquinhos – 7 – Made a fantastic block from Zinchenko in the first half, but couldn’t stop City from finally scoring.

Presnel Kimpembe – 7 – cleared Rodri’s header off the line in the fifth minute and put on a commanding performance.

Nuno Mendes – 6.5 Faced with a difficult moment for Mahrez in the first half, but joined Messi to create the Mbappé goal.

Leandro Parades 6 – Given the commotion of City’s midfield and didn’t offer much going forward.

Ander Herrera – 6.5 Some big tackles to break up City’s attacks, but he came out injured at the hour mark.

Idrissa Gueye – 6.5 – He swept the game well in the second half and PSG looked more vulnerable when he left.

Neymar – 6 – A quiet and frustrating night ahead and I didn’t really want to defend again. I lost a great opportunity at 1-1.

Lionel Messi – 6.5 A mixed performance for the star man, but he played his role in PSG’s goal with the pass that set up Mbappé.

Kylian Mbappé – 7 – Missed a great scoring opportunity just before the break, but made up for it with a brilliant shot early in the second.

Coach: Mauricio Pochettino – 6.5 – He prepared his team to defend and play against but they were the second best for most.

Subs: Diallo (by Herrera 61) 6

Di Maria (for Gueye 66), 6

Ebimbe (for Mendes 67), 6

Unused subs: Ramos, Verratti, Dagba, Donnarumma, Icardi, Wijnaldum, Franchi, Kehrer, Pereira

Referee – Daniele Orsato 6 – He let a lot go by, which meant the game kept flowing. Not attracted to soft free throws to either side.