118th season in existence of Manchester City F.C.

Manchester City 2019–20 football season

Manchester City
2019–20 season
Chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak
Manager Pep Guardiola
Stadium Etihad Stadium
Premier League second
FA Cup Semi-finals
EFL Cup Winners
FA Community Shield Winners
UEFA Champions League Quarter-finals
Height goalscorer League:

Raheem Sterling (20)


All:

Raheem Sterling (31)

Home colours

Abroad colours

Third colours

← 2018–19

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The
2019–xx season
was Manchester City’s 118th flavor of competitive football, 91st flavor in the peak division of English football and 23rd flavor in the Premier League since it was start created. In add-on to the Premier League, the guild competed in the FA Cup, as holders of both competitions. They also entered the UEFA Champions League, hoping to win the squad’south starting time European trophy since 1970. The Citizens successfully retained the EFL Cup, their third consecutive League Cup win and their fifth in seven seasons.

The flavour covered the period from 1 July 2019 to 31 August 2020, having been extended from 30 June 2020 for an indefinite menstruum following the suspension of all elite sport in the UK in March 2020 every bit part of the response to the COVID-nineteen pandemic. The domestic season resumed on 17 June, and concluded on 26 July, while the Champions League resumed on vii Baronial.

The flavor was the first since 2007–08 without erstwhile helm Vincent Kompany who departed to Anderlecht.

Kits

[edit]

Supplier:
Puma /
Sponsor:
Etihad Airways

Home

Dwelling
alternate

Away

3rd

Special retro kit[A]

2020–21 abode kit[B]

Season review

[edit]

Manchester City began the flavor equally unprecedented holders of all iv domestic competitions. Their starting time successful defence came on 4 August, as they defeated Liverpool on penalties at Wembley in the 2019 FA Community Shield, in the traditional drape raiser to the season.

Acknowledging that City would be judged by their Champions League operation after all,[iii]
Pep Guardiola said that the new season’south primary objective would be to win the European title. The Cityzens progressed to the knock-out phase and faced former foes Existent Madrid at that place. City won the abroad game 2–1, but the remainder of the tournament was indefinitely postponed due to the COVID–nineteen pandemic. Finally, UEFA announced that the tournament would be resumed in Baronial 2020. Later viii domestic trophies were clinched with Guardiola, fans eagerly await the squad’s first European championship since 1970. The home match against Madrid was scheduled for 7 August. Cheers to a caryatid from Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus, the Citizens once more defeated Madrid ii–1, achieving a 4–2 victory on amass and advancing to the quarter-finals. However, once again Man City exited the competition at the next phase, losing 1–3 to Lyon on 15 August in a i-off game held at the neutral Estádio José Alvalade in Lisbon.[4]
[5]

In the Premier League still, City were unable to maintain their consistency from the previous two seasons. Cardinal players Aymeric Laporte and Leroy Sané endured extended injury layoffs from the beginning of the flavour until early 2020. Laporte’s absence in particular impacted on the teams’ defensive capabilities and their effectiveness against opposition fix up to quickly counterattack on the break. City already had dropped more league points by the cease of December 2019 (19) than they had in their entire previous ii seasons.

For the second year in a row, City were the first top European squad to attain 100 goals scored in all competitions when they beat Fulham 4–0 in an FA Cup fourth round friction match on 26 January 2020.[six]

On xiv Feb 2020, UEFA stated its intention to ban Manchester Urban center from the all UEFA club competitions for the 2020–21 and 2021–22 seasons for alleged breaches of the UEFA Financial Fair Play Regulations.[7]
UEFA noted the club’s right to appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) and the gild submitted an appeal on 26 Feb 2020.[eight]
Equally part of the appeal registration the Court of Arbitration for Sport stated a date for a final conclusion would be in the starting time half of July 2020. The appeal was heard on viii June 2020.[ix]
The appeal was upheld on 13 July 2020, and the ban was overturned.[10]

On 1 March 2020, City won their tertiary EFL Loving cup in a row and their 4th in five seasons, when they defeated Aston Villa two–one at Wembley Stadium in the last.

In March, the flavor became affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.[11]
On x March, the friction match between Manchester City and Arsenal, due to exist played the next day, was postponed after a number of Arsenal players made shut contact with Olympiacos possessor Evangelos Marinakis, who had tested positive for infection with the coronavirus, when the two teams had met in the Europa League thirteen days earlier.[12]
On 12 March, it was revealed that three Leicester Urban center players were self-isolating.[thirteen]
Manchester City also announced that their defender Benjamin Mendy was likewise cocky-isolating, after a family unit member displayed symptoms of the virus.[14]
After in the evening, information technology was then confirmed that Arsenal caput coach Mikel Arteta had tested positive for coronavirus.[15]
On thirteen March, post-obit an emergency meeting between the Premier League, The Football Association (FA), the English Football League and the FA Women’s Super League, it was unanimously decided to append professional person football game in England until at least four Apr 2020.[16]
On 19 March, the interruption was extended to at to the lowest degree xxx April 2020.[17]
At the same fourth dimension the FA agreed to extend the flavor indefinitely, by the scheduled stop date of 1 June.

In late May 2020 the UK Regime began to ease the lockdown measures which had been taken to gainsay the COVID-xix contagion and information technology was duly appear on 28 May that the Premier League clubs had agreed to play the remaining 92 Premier League fixtures and FA Cup fixtures in empty stadiums and with modified rules to minimize contagion from 17 June 2020. Urban center restarted the flavour with a postponed game in hand confronting Arsenal on 17 June, winning three–0. On 25 June City lost ii–1 away to Chelsea and as a consequence, Liverpool were confirmed as 2019–20 Premier League champions with 7 rounds of games to be played. A week afterward, on 2 July, Metropolis were able to assuage some of the thwarting of losing their Premier League title to their rivals when they beat out Liverpool 4–0 in the league at habitation.

In beating Newcastle United 5–0 on 8 July, City accomplished a laissez passer completion rate of 93.7% – the highest accuracy on record in the Premier League since 2003–04 (since detailed passing statistics get-go were measured). Riyad Mahrez reaching ten Premier League goals in the season in the same game also ensured City would be the first English superlative-flight side to have five different players score at least 10 league goals in a single season since Everton in 1984–85 (Sterling, De Bruyne, Agüero, Jesus, Mahrez).[eighteen]
The 5–0 victory away against Brighton & Hove Albion on 11 July and then confirmed that City would finish the season as runners-upwardly to Liverpool in the league. City scored 102 league goals in 2019–20; it was the 5th time they reached a century of goals afterwards 1936–37, 1957–58, 2013–14 and 2017–18, an English tape.[xix]

On 18 July, Armory defeated Metropolis 2–0 in their FA Cup semi-final at Wembley to deny them an opportunity to defend their title in a showcase last. The Gunners went on to win a record 14th FA Cup title in the last, defeating Chelsea.

The end of the 2019–20 flavor marked the end of David Silva’south 10 stint with the order. Silva’south final appearance in the Champions League quarter-final defeat to Lyon was his 436th for City; in doing then he joined the meridian 10 all-fourth dimension list for appearances, and became the first modern era histrion to reach this level in 34 years. Silva as well concluded his career at City as the club’s nearly busy player at the fourth dimension, with xiv league and cup winners medals.[20]
Due to COVID-xix precautions, Silva’s final appearances had to be played backside airtight doors. City hoped that at that place would be an opportunity in the following season for fans to return in social club to give Silva a proper sendoff.

Kevin De Bruyne was recognised in the stop of flavor awards for his performances for City, being named named the Premier League Player of the Season and PFA Players’ Player of the Year, despite the dominance of Liverpool in the Premier League that year. De Bruyne had already won the society’south own Role player of the Season Honor for the third time in five years, and the Premier League’s Playmaker of the Flavor award for providing a league-leading 20 assists, equalling the record of most assists in a Premier League season by Thierry Henry in 2002–03.[21]

Pre-season and friendlies

[edit]


 Win


 Draw


 Loss

Manchester Metropolis played a number of pre-season matches in 2019, including participating in the 2019 Premier League Asia Trophy in Cathay.[22]

Competitions

[edit]


 Win


 Describe


 Loss

Overview

[edit]

Competition Record
Pld W D L GF GA GD Win %
FA Community Shield i one 1 1 +0 00
0.00
Premier League 38 26 three 9 102 35 +67
68.42
FA Cup 5 4 1 xi 3 +8
eighty.00
EFL Cup 6 5 1 14 five +9
83.33
UEFA Champions League nine half dozen 2 1 21 ix +12
66.67
Full 59 41 6 12 149 53 +96
69.49

Source: Competitions


[edit]

Due to winning both the 2018–nineteen Premier League and 2018–19 FA Cup, Manchester City faced Premier League runners-up Liverpool in the FA Community Shield.[23]
Manchester City were the defending champions and successfully defended the title.

Premier League

[edit]

Manchester City entered the 2019–xx Premier League every bit ii-time defending champions.[25]

League table

[edit]

Pos Team

Pld W D 50 GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
ane Liverpool
(C)
38 32 3 3 85 33 +52 99 Qualification for the Champions League group phase
2 Manchester Urban center 38 26 3 9 102 35 +67 81
three Manchester United 38 18 12 8 66 36 +xxx 66
iv Chelsea 38 xx 6 12 69 54 +15 66
v Leicester City 38 18 8 12 67 41 +26 62 Qualification for the Europa League group stage

Source: Premier League
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; three) Goals scored; 4) If the champions, relegated teams or qualified teams for UEFA competitions cannot be determined by rules ane to 3, rules four.1 to four.iii are practical – iv.one) Points gained in head to head tape between such teams; 4.ii) Away goals scored in head to head record between such teams; iv.3) Play-offs[26]

(C)
Champion

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Results summary

[edit]

Overall Habitation Away
Pld Westward D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
38 26 3 9 102 35  +67 81 15 2 ii 57 13  +44 11 1 7 45 22  +23

Results past matchday

[edit]

Matchday ane 2 3 4 5 6 seven 8 9 10 11 12 13 fourteen 15 xvi 17 eighteen 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
Ground A H A H A H A H A H H A H A A H A H A H H A H A A H A A H H A H A H A H A H
Result W D W W Fifty W West L W W Due west L Due west D Westward L W W 50 W W Westward D W 50 W W L W W 50 W L West W W Due west W
Position 1 iii 2 2 2 2 ii 2 2 two 2 4 3 three three 3 3 3 iii iii 3 ii 2 2 2 ii ii 2 two two 2 ii 2 ii 2 2 ii 2

Updated to match(es) played on 26 July 2020. Source: Premier League

A
= Abroad
;

H
= Dwelling house
;

Westward
= Win
;

D
= Depict
;

L
= Loss


Notes: League positions stated as of conclusion of PL match day (not as of friction match full time).
If games postponed and so results stated by games played, and league positions past end of side by side PL match solar day completed at time of result.

Fixtures

[edit]

On xiii June 2019, the Premier League fixtures were announced.[27]
[28]

FA Cup

[edit]

Manchester Metropolis entered the FA Loving cup in the tertiary round as defending champions. The third round describe was made on 2 December 2019.[37]
The fourth round describe was made by Alex Scott and David O’Leary on Mon, 6 January.[38]
The draw for the fifth round was fabricated on 27 January 2020, live on
The 1 Show.[39]

EFL Cup

[edit]

Manchester City entered the EFL Loving cup in the third circular equally defending champions. The 3rd round draw was confirmed on 28 August 2019, live on Sky Sports.[41]
The draw for the fourth round was made on 25 September 2019.[42]
The quarter-terminal draw was conducted on 31 October, alive on BBC Radio ii.[43]

UEFA Champions League

[edit]

Grouping phase

[edit]

Manchester City entered the competition in the group stage following their first-place finish in the 2018–19 season. They were drawn in Group C with Shakhtar Donetsk, Dinamo Zagreb and Atalanta.[44]

Pos Team

Pld W D Fifty GF GA GD Pts Qualification MC ATA SHK DZG
1
England

Manchester City
six 4 2 0 xvi 4 +12 14 Advance to knockout phase five–1 1–1 ii–0
2
Italy

Atalanta
6 2 1 three eight 12 −4 vii ane–1 1–2 2–0
iii
Ukraine

Shakhtar Donetsk
half dozen 1 three 2 viii thirteen −five half dozen Transfer to Europa League 0–3 0–three 2–ii
4
Croatia

Dinamo Zagreb
6 one two 3 10 thirteen −iii 5 ane–four four–0 3–3

Knockout phase

[edit]

The depict for the round of 16 was held on 16 Dec 2019.[46]

Round of 16

[edit]

Quarter-finals

[edit]

Players

[edit]

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Historic period
Since
App
Goals Ends
Transfer fee Notes
1 GK
Chile


Claudio Bravo

37 2016 61 0 2020 £fifteen.4m Second nationality: Spain
[fifty]
2 DF
England


Kyle Walker

30 2017 142 3 2024 £45m
5 DF
England


John Stones

26 2016 133 5 2022 £47.5m
vii FW
England


Raheem Sterling

25 2015 243 100 2023 £44m
8 MF
Germany


İlkay Gündoğan

29 2016 164 22 2023 £20m
9 FW
Brazil


Gabriel Jesus

23 2017 153 68 2023 £27m
10 FW
Argentina


Sergio Agüero

32 2011 370 254 2021 £31.5m All fourth dimension acme goalscorer
eleven MF
Ukraine


Oleksandr Zinchenko

23 2016 68 two 2024 £1.7m
xiv DF
France


Aymeric Laporte

26 2018 84 6 2025 £57m
16 MF
Spain



Rodri


24 2019 52 4 2025 £62.8m Tape signing
17 MF
Belgium


Kevin De Bruyne

29 2015 222 57 2023 £54.5m 2nd vice-helm
19 FW
Germany


Leroy Sané

24 2016 135 39 2021 £37m
20 MF
Portugal


Bernardo Silva

26 2017 156 30 2025 £43.5m
21 MF
Spain


David Silva

34 2010 436 77 2020 £24m Captain
22 DF
France


Benjamin Mendy

26 2017 53 0 2022 £52m
25 MF
Brazil



Fernandinho


35 2013 314 23 2021 £30m 1st vice-captain
26 FW
Algeria


Riyad Mahrez

29 2018 94 25 2023 £60m
27 DF
Portugal


João Cancelo

26 2019 33 one 2025 £60m
30 DF
Argentina


Nicolás Otamendi

32 2015 210 xi 2022 £28m
31 GK
Brazil



Ederson


26 2017 144 0 2025 £34.9m 2d nationality: Portugal
[51]
33 GK
England


Scott Carson

34 2019 0 0 2020 Loan On loan from Derby County
47 MF
England


Phil Foden

xx 2017 74 fifteen 2024
Youth system
Academy graduate
50 DF
Spain


Eric Garcia

19 2018 23 0 2022 £ane.45m Academy graduate
69 MF
England
Tommy Doyle xviii 2019 3 0 2021
Youth system
Academy graduate
78 DF
England


Taylor Harwood-Bellis

18 2019 4 1 2021
Youth system
Academy graduate

Transfers and loans

[edit]

Transfers in

[edit]

Appointment Position No. Name From Fee Team Ref.
ane July 2019 DF
Spain

Oscar Tarensi

Spain

Espanyol
Undisclosed Academy [52]
ane July 2019 CF
England

Daniel Ogwuru
Bolton Wanderers £100,000 Academy [53]
3 July 2019 DF 12
Spain

Angeliño

Netherlands

PSV Eindhoven
£five,350,000 First team [54]
[55]
four July 2019 MF 16
Spain

Rodri

Spain

Atlético Madrid
£62,800,000 First team [56]
7 July 2019 MF
England

Samuel Edozie
Millwall Undisclosed Academy [57]
9 July 2019 FW 72
England

Morgan Rogers
West Bromwich Albion £4,000,000 Academy [58]
ix July 2019 GK
United States

Zack Steffen

United States

Columbus Crew
£vii,000,000 Outset team [59]
12 July 2019 MF
Norway

Oscar Bobb

Norway

Vålerenga
Undisclosed Academy [60]
xiv July 2019 FW
England

Liam Delap
Derby County Undisclosed Academy [61]
i August 2019 FW
England

Josh Wilson-Esbrand
W Ham United Undisclosed Academy [62]
[63]
6 August 2019 MF
England

Kane Taylor
Aston Villa £129,000 Academy [64]
seven Baronial 2019 RB 27
Portugal

João Cancelo

Italy

Juventus
£60,000,000 First squad [65]
7 Baronial 2019 RW
Portugal

Félix Correia

Portugal

Sporting CP
£3,200,000 Academy [66]
7 August 2019 RB
Spain

Pedro Porro

Spain

Girona
Undisclosed Academy [67]
eight August 2019 MF
Japan

Ryotaro Meshino

Japan

Gamba Osaka
Undisclosed Academy [68]
1 January 2020 FW
Serbia

Slobodan Tedić

Serbia

FK Cukaricki Beograd
Undisclosed University [69]
9 January 2020 MF
Scotland

Liam Smith

Scotland

Kilmarnock
£250,000 Academy [70]
fifteen January 2020 DF
England

Camron Gbadebo
Leicester City Compensation Academy [71]

Transfers out

[edit]

Date Position No. Name To Fee Team Ref.
1 July 2019 MF
Australia

Luke Brattan

Australia

Sydney FC
Free transfer Academy [72]
[73]
i July 2019 MF 72
Nigeria

Tom Dele-Bashiru
Watford Complimentary transfer Academy [72]
[74]
1 July 2019 DF 77
England

Cameron Humphreys

Belgium

Zulte Waregem
Free transfer Academy [72]
[75]
1 July 2019 DF iv
Belgium

Vincent Kompany

Belgium

Anderlecht
Free transfer First team [76]
1 July 2019 MF 57
France

Aaron Nemane
Torquay United Complimentary transfer Academy [72]
[77]
1 July 2019 DF 58
England

Charlie Oliver
Southport Complimentary transfer Academy [72]
[78]
1 July 2019 GK
England

Lewis Thomas
Burnley Undisclosed University [79]
3 July 2019 CF
Nigeria

Osazee Aghatise
Derby County Undisclosed Academy [80]
4 July 2019 MF
Australia

Anthony Caceres

Australia

Sydney FC
Undisclosed Academy [81]
x July 2019 CF
England

Sam Bellis
Southampton Undisclosed Academy [82]
11 July 2019 DF
Spain

Pablo Marí

Brazil

Flamengo
£1,700,000 Academy [83]
[84]
12 July 2019 MF
Wales

Owen Hesketh
Wolverhampton Wanderers Undisclosed Academy [85]
15 July 2019 MF 18
England

Fabian Delph
Everton £10,000,000 First team [86]
sixteen July 2019 CF
Netherlands

Noah Ohio

Germany

RB Leipzig
Gratis transfer University [87]
[88]
sixteen July 2019 MF
England

Tom Midgley
Newcastle United Free transfer Academy [89]
18 July 2019 MF 89
England

Taylor Richards
Brighton & Hove Albion £2,500,000 Academy [ninety]
19 July 2019 MF 76
Spain

Manu García

Spain

Sporting Gijón
£4,000,000 Academy [91]
[92]
25 July 2019 MF 39
Brazil

Douglas Luiz
Aston Villa £15,000,000 Academy [93]
[94]
vii August 2019 RB iii
Brazil

Danilo

Italy

Juventus
£34,100,000 First team [65]
9 August 2019 MF 62
England

Brandon Barker

Scotland

Rangers
Undisclosed Academy [95]
12 August 2019 CB 15
France

Eliaquim Mangala

Spain

Valencia
Free transfer Outset team [96]
sixteen Baronial 2019 DF 85
Norway

Colin Rösler

Netherlands

NAC Breda
Undisclosed Academy [97]
ii September 2019 DF 71
Netherlands

Jeremie Frimpong

Scotland

Celtic
Undisclosed Academy [98]
2 September 2019 CF 80
Switzerland

Lorenzo González

Spain

Málaga
Undisclosed Academy [99]
28 November 2019 MF
Mexico

Uriel Antuna

Mexico

Guadalajara
Undisclosed Academy [100]
24 January 2020 RW 83
England

Ian Poveda
Leeds United Undisclosed First squad [101]
27 Jan 2020 MF 59
England

Henri Ogunby
Burnley Undisclosed University [102]

Loans in

[edit]

Date Loan ends Position No. Name From Team Ref.
8 August 2019 15 August 2020[a] GK 33
England

Scott Carson
Derby Canton First team [103]

Loans out

[edit]

Date Loan ends Position No. Name To Team Ref.
17 August 2018 thirty June 2020 MF
Australia

Daniel Arzani

Scotland

Celtic
University [104]
14 January 2019 xxx June 2020 DF
Japan

Ko Itakura

Netherlands

Groningen
University [105]
29 Jan 2019 28 November 2019[b] MF
Mexico

Uriel Antuna

United States

LA Galaxy
Academy [106]
1 July 2019 2 January 2020[c] MF 27
England

Patrick Roberts
Norwich Metropolis First team [108]
i July 2019 22 July 2020[a] MF 38
England

Jack Harrison
Leeds United Academy [109]
1 July 2019 31 January 2020 MF 65
Wales

Matthew Smith
Queens Park Rangers Academy [110]
[111]
3 July 2019 xxx June 2020 FW 68
France

Thierry Ambrose

France

Metz
Academy [112]
3 July 2019 xxx June 2020 MF
Croatia

Ante Palaversa

Belgium

Oostende
University [113]
9 July 2019 thirty June 2020 GK 49
Kosovo

Arijanet Muric
Nottingham Wood First team [114]
ix July 2019 30 June 2020 GK
United States

Zack Steffen

Germany

Fortuna Düsseldorf
First squad [115]
17 July 2019 ane August 2020[a] MF 67
Spain

Paolo Fernandes

Italy

Perugia
Academy [115]
17 July 2019 thirty June 2020 DF 34
Netherlands

Philippe Sandler

Belgium

Anderlecht
Start Squad [116]
19 July 2019 31 December 2019 MF
United States

Mix Diskerud

South Korea

Ulsan Hyundai
University [117]
[118]
26 July 2019 30 June 2020 MF
Venezuela

Yangel Herrera

Spain

Granada
Academy [119]
31 July 2019 22 July 2020[a] DF 24
England

Tosin Adarabioyo
Blackburn Rovers Academy [120]
31 July 2019 26 July 2020[a] FW 29
Colombia

Marlos Moreno

Portugal

Portimonense
Academy [121]
2 Baronial 2019 xxx June 2020 MF
Serbia

Ivan Ilić

Netherlands

NAC Breda
University [122]
2 August 2019 xxx June 2020 MF
Serbia

Luka Ilić

Netherlands

NAC Breda
Academy [122]
3 August 2019 3 Jan 2020[d] FW 43
Germany

Lukas Nmecha

Germany

VfL Wolfsburg
University [124]
5 August 2019 4 July 2020[a] DF
United States

Erik Palmer-Brown

Austria

Austria Wien
University [125]
five August 2019 xxx June 2020 MF
Ghana

Thomas Agyepong

Belgium

Waasland-Beveren
University [126]
8 August 2019 30 June 2020 MF 74
England

Luke Bolton
Luton Town University [127]
8 August 2019 19 July 2020[a] DF
Spain

Pedro Porro

Spain

Valladolid
Academy [128]
14 Baronial 2019 30 June 2020 MF
Ghana

Ernest Agyiri

Cyprus

Enosis Neon Paralimni
Academy [129]
22 Baronial 2019 thirty June 2020 FW
Portugal

Félix Correia

Netherlands

AZ
Academy [130]
xxx Baronial 2019 30 June 2020 FW
Japan

Ryotaro Meshino

Scotland

Eye of Midlothian
Academy [131]
2 September 2019 30 June 2020 MF 81
France

Claudio Gomes

Netherlands

PSV Eindhoven
Academy [132]
2 September 2019 30 June 2020 MF 75
Spain

Aleix García

Belgium

Excel Mouscron
University [133]
two September 2019 30 June 2020 DF 64
England

Joel Latibeaudiere

Netherlands

Twente
University [134]
three September 2019 30 June 2020 FW
Ghana

Mohammed Aminu

Netherlands

Dordrecht
University [135]
2 January 2020 22 July 2020[a] MF 27
England

Patrick Roberts
Middlesbrough Starting time team [107]
3 January 2020 22 July 2020[a] FW 43
Germany

Lukas Nmecha
Middlesbrough Academy [123]
28 January 2020 30 June 2020 GK 32
England

Daniel Grimshaw
Hemel Hempstead Town Academy [136]
31 January 2020 18 August 2020[a] DF 12
Spain

Angeliño

Germany

RB Leipzig
First team [137]
31 Jan 2020 22 July 2020[a] MF 65
Wales

Matthew Smith
Charlton Able-bodied Academy [111]
  1. ^


    a




    b




    c




    d




    e




    f




    g




    h




    i




    j




    thousand



    This loan, planned to terminate on 30 June, was extended due to the relevant season existence delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

  2. ^

    Uriel Antuna’south planned year long loan to LA Galaxy was ended on 28 Nov when he was transferred to C.D. Guadalajara.[100]

  3. ^

    Patrick Roberts’ planned season-long loan to Norwich was ended on 2 Jan when he was loaned to Middlesbrough.[107]

  4. ^

    Lukas Nmecha’s planned flavor-long loan to Wolfsburg was ended on three January when he was loaned to Middlesbrough.[123]
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Overall transfer activity

[edit]

Statistics

[edit]

Squad statistics

[edit]

As of match played 15 August 2020


Appearances (Apps.) numbers are for appearances in competitive games just including sub appearances



Red carte numbers denote:
Numbers in parentheses represent red cards overturned for wrongful dismissal.


No. Nat. Player Pos. Premier League FA Loving cup League Loving cup Community Shield Champions League Total
Apps

Yellow card
Red card
Apps

Yellow card
Red card
Apps

Yellow card
Red card
Apps

Yellow card
Red card
Apps

Yellow card
Red card
Apps

Yellow card
Red card
1
Chile


Claudio Bravo

GK 4 4 6 1 2 1 17 one
2
England


Kyle Walker

DF 29 1 5 two 4 1 1 6 42 1 six
five
England


John Stones

DF xvi 3 3 1 1 24
7
England


Raheem Sterling

MF 33 20 5 4 i 5 3 i 1 i nine half-dozen 52 31 6
8
Germany


İlkay Gündoğan

MF 31 2 vii 4 1 5 ane 9 2 50 v seven
9
Brazil


Gabriel Jesus

FW 34 14 three 4 2 6 1 i viii six 53 23 3
10
Argentina


Sergio Agüero

FW 24 xvi 1 2 two 3 three 3 two 32 23 1
11
Ukraine


Oleksandr Zinchenko

MF 19 i 1 1 2 1 2 25 one 1
12
Spain
Angeliño DF vi 1 two iii ane 12 one
14
France


Aymeric Laporte

DF 15 i 1 ii iii xx 1 1
16
Spain
Rodri MF 35 three 8 4 4 one 3 1 8 2 52 4 12
17
Belgium


Kevin De Bruyne

MF 35 13 3 ii 1 3 one 1 7 ii one 48 16 5
19
Germany


Leroy Sané

MF one i 2
20
Portugal


Bernardo Silva

MF 35 6 5 iii 1 6 1 1 7 one 52 8 6
21
Spain


David Silva

MF 27 6 4 3 1 4 39 half-dozen
22
France


Benjamin Mendy

DF 19 3 three 2 6 iii 30 6
25
Brazil
Fernandinho MF thirty vii 2 1 2 8 4 41 11 2
26
Algeria


Riyad Mahrez

MF 33 eleven 5 i 5 ane seven ane 50 thirteen 1
27
Portugal


João Cancelo

DF 17 3 4 4 1 eight 1 33 1 iv
30
Argentina


Nicolás Otamendi

DF 24 2 4 three 3 one 1 1 8 one 39 3 6
31
Brazil



Ederson


GK 35 3 1 one viii 44 3 1
33
England


Scott Carson

GK
47
England


Phil Foden

MF 23 5 iv 1 five one 5 2 one 38 viii 1
50
Spain


Eric García

DF thirteen one 2 3 ii twenty 1
69
England


Tommy Doyle

MF 1 1 1 3
78
England


Taylor Harwood-Bellis

DF one 1 2 1 4 1
82
Spain


Adrián Bernabé

MF 3 iii
Ain goals ii 2 4
Totals 102 threescore 4 11 1 14 vi 1 1 21 13 ii 149 81 6


Goalscorers

[edit]


Includes all competitive matches. The list is sorted alphabetically by surname when full goals are equal.

No. Pos. Player Premier League FA Cup League Cup Community Shield Champions League Full
7 FW
England

Raheem Sterling
20 1 3 1 half-dozen 31
x FW
Argentina

Sergio Agüero
16 2 3 2 23
9 FW
Brazil

Gabriel Jesus
xiv two 1 6 23
17 MF
Belgium

Kevin De Bruyne
13 1 2 16
26 FW
Algeria

Riyad Mahrez
11 1 ane 13
47 MF
England

Phil Foden
5 1 2 viii
20 MF
Portugal

Bernardo Silva
vi 1 ane viii
21 MF
Spain

David Silva
6 6
viii MF
Germany

İlkay Gündoğan
2 1 2 v
sixteen MF
Spain

Rodri
3 1 4
30 DF
Argentina

Nicolás Otamendi
two one 3
27 DF
Portugal

João Cancelo
1 1
78 DF
England

Taylor Harwood-Bellis
1 ane
xiv DF
France

Aymeric Laporte
i 1
2 DF
England

Kyle Walker
i ane
xi MF
Ukraine

Oleksandr Zinchenko
i 1
Own goals 2 2 4
Totals 102 11 14 1 21 149

Hat-tricks

[edit]

Player Against Issue Appointment Competition Ref

England

Raheem Sterling
West Ham United five–0 (A) 10 Baronial 2019 Premier League [138]

Portugal

Bernardo Silva
Watford 8–0 (H) 21 September 2019 Premier League

England

Raheem Sterling

Italy

Atalanta
five–1 (H) 22 October 2019 UEFA Champions League

Brazil

Gabriel Jesus

Croatia

Dinamo Zagreb
four–ane (A) 11 December 2019 UEFA Champions League

Argentina

Sergio Agüero
Aston Villa half-dozen–1 (A) 12 Jan 2020 Premier League

England

Raheem Sterling
Brighton 5–0 (A) xi July 2020 Premier League

(H) – Domicile ; (A) – Away

Clean sheets

[edit]


The list is sorted by shirt number when total clean sheets are equal. Numbers in parentheses represent games where both goalkeepers participated and both kept a make clean sheet; the number in parentheses is awarded to the goalkeeper who was substituted on, whilst a full clean sheet is awarded to the goalkeeper who was on the field at the start of play.

Clean sheets
No. Thespian Games Played Premier League FA Cup League Cup Customs Shield Champions League TOTAL
31
Brazil

Ederson
44 xvi 2 18
1
Chile

Claudio Bravo
15 (two) 1 iii 1 5
2
England

Kyle Walker
0 (i)
Totals 17 iii 1 ii 23

Awards

[edit]

Notes

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  1. ^

    Angeliño played in the group stage for Manchester Urban center and in the knockout stage for RB Leipzig while on loan.

  1. ^

    Used in the Customs Shield against Liverpool.[one]

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    Used in the FA Cup semi-finals again Arsenal, in league games 37 and 38 against Watford and Norwich City respectively, in the Champions League Round of 16 render leg against Real Madrid and in the quarter-concluding against Lyon.[ii]

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Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019%E2%80%9320_Manchester_City_F.C._season