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Chris Sutton and Richard Dunne lay into 'shocking' Danilo display as they criticise Yaya Toure's work rate during Manchester City's 2-1 Champions League loss to Shakhtar Donetsk
- Manchester City were beaten 2-1 by Shakhtar Donetsk in Kharkiv on Wednesday
- Danilo was at fault for Shakhtar's second after he neglected to track Ismaily's run
- Yaya Toure failed to impress after being given a rare chance by Pep Guardiola
- Phil Foden made his first start but played the majority of the match at wing back
Chris Sutton has slammed Danilo after the defender's 'shocker' of a performance for Manchester City in their 2-1 loss to Shakhtar Donetsk on Wednesday night.
Danilo was defensively suspect particularly during a first half where Shakhtar raced into a 2-0 lead inside 32 minutes, losing Ismaily for the Ukrainian's second goal.
Yaya Toure also failed to stake his claim for a regular spot after being handed a rare start and was overrun by Shakhtar's midfielders at the Metalist Stadium.
On the first strike, which saw Marlos run from inside his own half before passing to Bernard to curl home, Dunne told BT Sport: 'It was a great run from Marlos but there's no intensity from Man City.
'From Shakhtar's point of view it's great goal,' he added. 'But what Toure's doing there is how City were… half-hearted and lacklustre in their closing down.
'He's never managed to break into a spring or sensed any sort of danger and they have got punished.'
Danilo failed to track the run of Ismaily for Shakhtar Donetsk's second goal of the evening
Danilo offered little help on the right side of City's defence as Pep Guardiola's men lost 2-1
'Toure should work much harder and get across,' Sutton added on the 34-year-old's lack of effort in the build-up to Shakhtar's opener.
The home side's second saw Ismaily sprint into the space in behind Danilo and round Ederson before slotting home into an empty net.
'Ederson pulls out of this challenge, I wonder whether he'd be doing that at the weekend (in Sunday's Manchester derby),' Sutton said. 'Danilo's having a shocker and is unaware of Ismaily.'
Dunne felt sympathy for Tosin Adarabioyo and criticised Danilo for offering the 20-year-old centre back no assistance from the right side of defence.
Sutton slammed Yaya Toure for his lack of effort in preventing Shakhtar's opening goal
Toure delivered a sluggish performance and was overrun by Shakhtar's Brazilian midfielders
'I feel for Adarabioyo because Danilo at right back has been awful. He's not given him any help or any cover and Shakhtar have run freely at City without any real pressure on them.'
Substitute Sergio Aguero scored a late consolation from the penalty spot but failed to prevent City from tasting their first defeat of the season.
Foden showed some nice touches for the visitors but failed assert his influence on the match as he featured primarily as a left wing-back.
City now turn their attentions to the Manchester derby on Sunday at Old Trafford as Guardiola prepares to lock horns with rival Jose Mourinho once again.