It's easier to have a better perspective the day after such a game, once the disappointment have waned a bit. Looking at his performance yesterday with that in mind, I stick by my initial feelings about him. It's not about skill level or natural ability it's about desire and a willingness to be a top player. This is best summed up by the difference of when Fernandinho lost the ball and was literally busting a gut to get back and make amends - that is desire. Angelino on several occasions lost possession and jogged back - that is not good enough. Turning sideways on the second goal is not what you want from a defender. Fair play to their defence, they were throwing everything into stopping us which is why we only had 3 shots on target out of 19. Coaching can iron out many things but in the heat of a situation natural instinct takes over. We have been unlucky that Mendy has suffered the type of injuries that negates his best attribute - raw pace - and losing our best left sided defender, who often covered other players mistakes has exposed a big weakness. Angelino will have a good career but for me not at City. He was terrible.