Ebene News – FI – Three Things We Learned From Everton – Man City: Recap, Video

Everton v Man City: Bernardo Silva scored one goal and one assist as Manchester City became the first team to win their first 10 league games of a calendar year with a 3-1 loss ‘Everton at Goodison Park Wednesday

City now have a 10-point lead in the Premier League, tied with games played with the next five pursuers

Phil Foden and Riyad Mahrez also scored for City, which saw Kevin De Bruyne return to the lineup on the bench in the 80th minute

Richarlison scored for the hosts to send the game to halftime level 1 Everton have 37 points, three points behind Liverpool, sixth place, and five behind the top four with a game in hand against all teams in front of him

1 City competing against itself now as quadruple dream at the center of concerns: City is a dynasty If they win a third Premier League title in four seasons, we’ll discuss the question of how ‘there has never been a race as dominant as theirs (which is saying something since we live a bit in the era of the double dynasty, if you allow it) City have not lost any Premier League game since November 21 defeat to Tottenham, and have won their last 12 games and 17 in total They are now overwhelming favorites to win the Premier League, are one League Cup victory, three FA Cup away and start the UCL round of 16 next week

2 Mahrez makes his mark: The Algerian sent the cross which became Foden’s first game, but his goal was all around him Mahrez takes a Bernardo Silva layoff in stride to crush a shot to Inside the far post for 2-1 He’s had a calmer statistical year after his 11-goal and 12-assists campaign of 2019-2020, but the 29-year-old now has 63 Premier League goals Not bad, and a good mark for Pep Guardiola as he hopes to help De Bruyne get back into shape

3 Toffees lick injuries ahead of derby opportunity: Carlo Ancelotti’s Toffees could have entered Merseyside derby level on Saturday on points with Liverpool, also holding a game in hand against their rivals Instead, they will need a win at Anfield – a less intimidating proposition in recent times – to join the Reds with 40 points Everton have now won just once in six PL games, including losses to Fulham and Newcastle Their Season’s goals are still there for him, but beating Liverpool this weekend is necessary, otherwise the Toffees will have lost three in a row

We want to put Rodri here in almost every Man City game Kevin De Bruyne doesn’t play, but Bernardo’s goal and an assist comes with 60 of 62 and two key assists

There wasn’t much to say, especially from Everton’s side, before City launched their seventh attempt of the game

The visitors held almost 75% of the game’s possession when they took the lead via Foden This was City’s third shot on target, and a hopeful shot, as Foden threw a loose ball at inside Seamus Coleman’s right foot to let Jordan Pickford dry

But wait Everton got a shot and a goal when Coleman’s cross hit Lucas Digne at the back post with Kyle Walker to lunch and score the back post Digne’s shot hit the far post and leapt to the thigh of Richarlison and at home for 1-1

Gabriel Jesus slipped into the box to meet a ball and tried to score high at the nearest post, but he sailed over the goal

City regained the lead thanks to Mahrez in the 63rd minute when the Algerian took Bernardo Silva’s pass and belted it at the far post and over the line

Silva stepped onto the board after that, scoring 3-1 in the 77th on a successful shot that a diving Pickford couldn’t handle

Everton – Manchester City

Ebene News – FI – Three things we learned from Everton – Man City: recap, video

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