Manchester City secured an unusual domestic treble with a 6-0 victory over Watford in the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium.
Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus scored twice with David Silva and Kevin De Bruyne also didn't find it when Pep Guardiola's men rioted.
NATHAN SALT of Sportsmail reviews the performances of City's heroes and the run-up to Watford.
Manchester City defeated Watford 6-0 to win the FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday
Raheem Sterling scored a poor tackle when Watford completed an unusual domestic treble
Gabriel Jesus came into action 68 minutes, slotting under the hilarious Heurelho Gomes
Manchester City (4-3-3)
Ederson – 8
Made a crucial one-on-one save to dismiss Roberto Pereyra at 0-0. Rarely was it difficult then to take control of City.
Kyle Walker – 7th
Was more and more frustrated by Riyad Mahrez for him when he saw to use his pace. Improved when the game was dry.
Vincent Kompany – 8
Apparently to enjoy the trouble with Troy Deeney and if this should be his last game for the club, he will pass with a trophy.
Kevin De Bruyne scores the third goal with his teammates Manchester City
Kevin De Bruyne rounded Heurelho Gomes to score City's third goal against Watford
Aymeric Laporte – 7
A quiet afternoon should not ruin his growing confidence as a leader in City's back line. Can step up if Kompany leaves.
Oleksandr Zinchenko – 6
You look much more comfortable ahead then back. Leave too much room where Watford should have exploded.
Ilkay Gundogan – 6
Gives the ball farther away than it normally does. A pleasant, if spectacular afternoon.
Gabriel Jesus leads after he doubled Manchester City's lead against Watford
Jesus met Bernardo Silva's cross to tap past Hornets goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes
David Silva – 8
Set City on the road with the opening goal and continue to bring calm to Pep Guardiola's midfield.
Bernardo Silva – 8
A privilege to see. Was influential for the opening of two goals and the pass for Gabriel Jesus was of the highest quality.
Riyadh Mahrez – 6
Seen a lot of the ball, but just the quality required when he counted. Hooked for the hour.
David Silva leads City's lead in the FA Cup final; its first goal since December
Raheem Sterling – 8th
Finish off a great season with a performance that is not to be expected. Tore Watford to pieces in the second half with a smart brace.
Gabriel Jesus – 8.5
Trust of his manager paid to get him started. A brace and an unselfish assist for the third proved a job well done.
Kevin De Bruyne 7.5 (Mahrez, 55min), Leroy Sane 6 (Gundogan, 73min), John Stones 7 (Silva, 79min)
NOT USED: Muric, Danilo, Aguero, Otamendi
Administrator – Pep Guardiola – 9
Complete the tweets that were once & # 39; impossible & # 39; impossible to Sir Alex Ferguson. mentioned. Also tried to start Jesus for Sergio Aguero.
David Silva caught the net on 26 minutes when Watford fans watched
Heurelho Gomes – 6
He couldn't do much about most of his goals, but will be disappointed to bring down curtains on Watford's career by sending six.
Kiko Femenia – 6
Life found difficult against Zinchenko and Sterling and will be frustrated to deflect in Silva's opener.
Adrian Mariappa – 4
When the game was postponed, he lost all sense of form that was largely absent from the first half. A tough 90 minutes.
Craig Cathcart – 5
Seach composed before City went through the gears. Big holes were left blank when Watford pursued a route back into the game.
Jose Holebas – 6
Did well to cancel Mahrez's threat early, but he struggled against it and was guilty of losing Sterling for the fifth goal.
Watford appealed for a penalty after Abdoulaye Doucoure Vincent Kompany's shot hit his arm
Will Hughes – 5
Always a tough question against City midfield and that proved that for Hughes. Game largely passed him by.
Etienne Capoue – 6
Neat and neat for big plays of the game and did enough to knock Gundogan off his stride. Will have interest from rivals this summer.
Abdoulaye Doucoure – 5
Lost possession in build-up to first goal and struggled to keep a lid on emotions when conversations went against him. Books.
Roberto Pereyra – 6
Was a threat in wide areas for Watford, but will be left wondering what might have been if he scored when he reached the goal early.
Roberto Pereyra missed a chance to give Watford the lead; forcing a saving from Ederson
Troy Deeney collects his offensive medal from The Duke of Cambridge after the match
Gerard Deulofeu – 5.5
The hero of the semi-finals found life this much more difficult. Became a little service to work with and was the first change.
Troy Deeney – 7
Prove a key asset in the air, winning flick-ons and second balls that gave Watford a leg up. Will be disappointed that he didn't test Ederson anymore.
Andre Gray 6 (Deulofeu, 66min), Isaac Success 5 (Pereyra, 66min), Tom Cleverley 6 (Hughes, 73min)
NOT USED: Foster, Janmaat, Kabasele, Masina
Administrator – Javi Gracia – 6
Was bold to start with two forward and can be proud to get this far. Gap in quality was obvious when the game wore on.
Referee – Kevin Friend – 7
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