Manchester City continues to push Liverpool and shake Reds from the top of the Premier League.
Citizens won their Everton tour with a 2-0 draw in a torn game and leveled with Merseyside.
Both teams have 62, but Heavenlys has 6 goals in a better goal difference and at least temporarily the champions are leaders, albeit with a fight more than one rival.
Pep Guardiola's men did not create much, but in general they controlled the Goodison Park match by reaching the goal of Eimerik Laporter and Gabriel Jezeus at the end. In addition, caramel confirmed that they were not in shape, did not much in the attack and logically lost for the 7th time in 10 games and remained with 33 points.
In Everton, Ricardlison, a reserve was set aside at the expense of Bernard. Calvert-Lewin led the attack instead of Chenkasun. Jonjo Kenny and Luke Din started the defense.
For the guests, Sergio Aguero kept his seat in the attack, but Kevin de Bourget and Rahim Stirling were replaced by John Stones and Leroy Sane. Gundogan was in the middle of the field, and both Silva – David and Bernardo – also started.
The citizens are expected to be active and in 3 minutes Sane got a chance after he was uncovered, but he sent the ball past the door. The candies tried to be well organized, followed by more quiet minutes when Blue did not threaten the opponent's door.
Man City remained the more dangerous team and in the 16th minute Eimerick Laporte missed a corner kick when he was free from the head and he fired wrong. A little later, David Silva found the uncovered Gundogan who shot 3-4 meters in the crossbar, and it was a good luck for the hosts.
Skyscrapers began to exploit, but again last time without clear situations, which was quite unusual for the city. Everton continued to be insufficient in the final third of the track, but played well in the middle. In the 41st minute after the corner, Kurt Zuma missed a shot.
Shortly before the city break, they demanded a penalty after Andre Gomez apparently came across David Silva around the box and sent him to the ground, but Craig Powson did not judge one. However, the contact person was out of the box and at least a free kick for the guests should be there.
In the end, however, the guests suffered in the first part of the first part and it was a huge blow to the hosts. David Silva focused on a free kick and Eimerik Laporte scored for 0: 1!
The second part started with a big clash between the scorer and Walcott, but both managed to continue despite the brief interruption of the match. Everton tried to answer, and Gay got Ederson to interfere. However, Pickford had to deal with Sane's diagonal.
In the 58th minute, Aguero was close to a new goal when, in a situation, he tried an attractive back ax when Pickford was in place and the ball went very close to the nearby beam.
An error in the guests' defense gave Walcott a chance that Ederson succeeded. The citizens had the initiative but could not only be calm with a scary progress, and Everton remained in the match even more so that the guests were not insistent enough in the attack.
In the 83rd minute Man City succeeded. Richardson pushed Walker and managed to cross his lead to a teammate, but for the guests' pleasure Ederson was cautious about getting to the ball first.
The referee gave a 7-minute sequel, but it was not enough for the hosts to reach a goal. In the last few seconds, Gabriel Jezeus guarantees his own triumph over the goalkeeper and that means that Manchester City is again at the top of the Premier League.
Everton – Manchester City 0: 2
0: 1 Lapor 45 + 2
0: 2 Hezus 97
Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Keane, Zuma, Din, Gay, Gomez (64 Sigurdsson), Walcott (79 Tassun), Davis, Bernard (73 Richardson)
Manchester City: Edwardson, Walker, Stones, Otendi, Laporte, Fernandinho, Gundogan, D. Silva (89 The Bourne), B. Silva, Sane (60 Stirling), Aguero (79 Jezeus)