Robert Snodgrass was again the Claret and Hugh man of the match but this time he could only muster an average score of 5.0.
With over 250 readers giving their ratings Snoddy was the only player to score 5 or above.
The only four score went to Arron Cresswell with an average score of 4.19.
Top of the three scores was Ryan Fredericks with a score of 3.56 followed by Declan Rice on 3.57 and Yarmolenko on 3.32.
Next was Seb Haller with an average score of 3.11, then Manuel Lanzini on 3.06 and the last of the threes Felipe Anderson on 3.0.
Top of the two scores was skipper Mark Noble on 2.98 cl;osely followed by Issa Diop on 2.96, next came Ablain Ajeti on 2.65.
Last of the twos was Pablo Fornals on an average score of 2.44 with Fabian Balbuena on a disappointing score of 2.11.
The worst player rating was reserved for goalkeeper Roberto who could only manage a score of 1.94.
Manuel Pellegrini could only manage an average score of 1.49 out of 10 with the match officials scoring 4.77 and VAR scoring 4.5.