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Everton 4-0 Manchester City
Replays suggest Rom did not touch the ball on its way in. @1TomDavies' first #EFC goal is certainly worth a watch tonight! #AllForOne— Everton (@Everton) January 15, 2017
Replays suggest Rom did not touch the ball on its way in. @1TomDavies' first #EFC goal is certainly worth a watch tonight! #AllForOne
85' Lukaku close to making it 4-0 as chips bravo only to see his effort get thumped away by Otamendi.
?? Watching your first #PL goal go in... #EVEMCI @1TomDavies pic.twitter.com/oXU8XKWD5B— Premier League (@premierleague) January 15, 2017
?? Watching your first #PL goal go in... #EVEMCI @1TomDavies pic.twitter.com/oXU8XKWD5B
82' @Everton 3-0 @ManCity The Blue corner of Merseyside are having a stunning day! https://t.co/3zsammAics— Sport24News (@Sport24news) January 15, 2017
82' @Everton 3-0 @ManCity The Blue corner of Merseyside are having a stunning day! https://t.co/3zsammAics
Davies with a fantastic goal as he chips Claudio Bravo to get his first Everton goal.
3-0 to the Merseyside Blues
?? | Ohhhh Kevin Mirallas! #AllForOne pic.twitter.com/FMx9TGMkdx— Everton (@Everton) January 15, 2017
?? | Ohhhh Kevin Mirallas! #AllForOne pic.twitter.com/FMx9TGMkdx
69. @21LVA is captain for the remainder of this one. If we can grab a goal it'd set up a big finale. #efcvcity #mcfc pic.twitter.com/F7NlpkGwRr— Manchester City (@ManCity) January 15, 2017
69. @21LVA is captain for the remainder of this one. If we can grab a goal it'd set up a big finale. #efcvcity #mcfc pic.twitter.com/F7NlpkGwRr
Top PL scorers for Everton Apps GoalsFerguson 239 60Cahill 226 56Lukaku 124 55— Sky Sports Statto (@SkySportsStatto) January 15, 2017
Top PL scorers for Everton Apps GoalsFerguson 239 60Cahill 226 56Lukaku 124 55
61' Zabaleta finally gets taken off as Iheanacho comes on.
Can he change the fortunes for Guardiola's side?
12 - Claudio Bravo has conceded from 12 of the last 20 shots on target he has faced in the Premier League. Porous.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) January 15, 2017
12 - Claudio Bravo has conceded from 12 of the last 20 shots on target he has faced in the Premier League. Porous.
First-half comes to close as Everton takes a deserved 1-0 lead over Man City.
12' Danger at the other end but Baines and Joel combine to deny Sterling from De Bruyne's low cross. 0-0. #AllForOne— Everton (@Everton) January 15, 2017
12' Danger at the other end but Baines and Joel combine to deny Sterling from De Bruyne's low cross. 0-0. #AllForOne
9' GOOOOAAAALLLL.... OFFSIDE!!!
The linesman’s flag is immediately raised as Mirallas slots home an easy touch in the back of the net.
FULL TIME: EVERTON 4-0 MANCHESTER CITY. Everton have dominated the game and Manchester City have made a couple of defensive mistakes. Everton win by 4 goals and they end their losing streak.
GOAL, EVERTON, LOOKMAN! 4-0: Coleman passes the ball towards Lookman to set up the chance and Lookman finds the 4th goal. This was from a tight angle and he has managed to score on his debut for Everton.
YELLOW! Yellow card for Lukaku and Otamendi as they clash with each other and are penalised.
Ademola Lookman comes on to make his debut and he replaces Barkley. Four minutes of added time to this half.
Kevin De Bruyne tries a through ball, but Kelechi Iheanacho is caught offside for Manchester City.
Barkley slides Lukaku through on the left of the box and the striker goes for goal but it's on a tight angle and just flashes across the face. Everton should look to run the clock down, they lead by 3 goals.
Aguero with another shot on goal but his shot is saved in the centre. He has had a quiet game today.
GOAL, EVERTON, DAVIES! 3-0: Barkley crosses the ball to Davies who drills the ball into the bottom right corner of the goal and Everton look like they have sealed a win here with 10 minutes remaining. Davies celebrates, this is his first Premier League goal for Everton.
Toure goes for goal himself, and it's not a bad hit but Robles has it covered with a strong collection. Signs of frustration for Manchester City.
YELLOW! Silva clips Davies in the midfield and this will be a booking for Manchester City.
Final 15 minutes remaining and Everton bring on James McCarthy for Barry. Baines will be the captain for the remainder of this game.
Aguero tries his luck with a shot on goal but Robles does well to push it behind for a corner. Nothing comes from the corner as Davies manages to clear.
Play restarts and Sagna continues for now.
Sagna goes down holding his calf and he looks like he is in a lot of pain. Aleksander Kolarov is warming up and there could be a change.
A foul by Otamendi on Barkley and Everton win a free kick in the attacking half.
Morgan Schneiderlin makes his debut for Everton as he replaces Mirallas.
First substitution of the game as Manchester City replace Zabaleta with Iheanacho.
De Bruyne with the corner for Manchester City but Lukaku tries to head it away. City are putting a lot of pressure on Everton now, the hosts still lead by 2 goals.
A short delay in the game as Mirallas gets some medical attention. Zabaleta clips him on his ankles but Mirallas looks like he will continue.
YELLOW CARD! Sterling tries to move the ball around on the left but Holgate clips him and is booked for that.
Holgate with a foul on Sagna and Manchester City win a free kick in their half.
Claudio Bravo has conceded from 12 of the last 20 shots on target he has faced in the Premier League.
City respond by attacking in the Everton half, but the hosts are handling the pressure well.
GOAL, EVERTON, MIRALLAS! 2-0: Poor defensive again from Manchester City and Everton make them pay for it. Lukaku steals the pass and drives it to Barkley who in turn pushes it into the path of Mirallas. Mirallas drills the ball into the bottom left corner of the goal and Everton go two goals ahead.
Sterling pushes the ball towards De Bruyne who shoots for goal but his shot goes wide and to the right.
Second half begins at Goodison Park.
HALF TIME: EVERTON 1-0 MANCHESTER CITY. Everton hold the lead after the first 45 and it was Lukaku's goal that put the hosts in front. Manchester City have not played well in the first half, but they will be looking to come back strongly in the second.
A bit more stoppage time as Robles goes down and gets some treatment.
Two minutes of added time as Lukaku tries to cross the ball to Barkley but Manchester City manage to put it behind for a corner.
Funes Mori with the foul on Aguero and the referee has a chat with him. Everton in the lead with a few minutes remaining in the half.
De Bruyne nicks the ball from his path before firing in a low cross for the incoming Aguero at the near post but he just misses as the ball runs wide.
Everton take the corner and Sterling tries to head the ball into goal but his attempt hits the crossbar before going into the crowd.
GOAL, EVERTON, LUKAKU! 1-0: First goal of the game and Everton score first! Poor defending from City and Davies makes the most of it as he passes the ball to Mirallas. Mirallas picks out Lukaku in the middle of the box who drills it into goal. Everton in the lead.
There have been many offsides today and here is another one. Sterling plays the ball towards Zabaleta but he is caught offside.
De Bruyne passes the ball brilliantly to Sterling on the left. Sterling shoots for goal but Robles does well to keep the ball out of his goal.
Sterling shoots the ball towards goal but Robles is aware of the danger and makes a good save to keep the score to 0-0.
A foul from Holgate and Aguero wins a free kick on the left wing for City.
Sterling tries to take the ball forward for Manchester City and drives a pass towards Zabaleta but Everton defenders block and clear.
Another offside as Seamus Coleman tries a through ball, but Romelu Lukaku is caught offside for Everton.
After a few offsides and a penalty appeal, the game slowly settles into a rhythm with both teams playing well.
Sterling runs into the box as he tries to create a chance but Robles brings him down in the box. Referee Clattenburg does not award a penalty and Sterling is not happy with the decision. Replays show it could have been a poor decision from the referee.
Everton find the goal but it will not count. Good run from Davies and he finds Lukaku who tries the through ball to Coleman. But Coleman is caught offside and that goal will not count.
De Bruyne gets his feet tangled with Mirallas and Everton win a free kick. The free kick comes to nothing as the hosts give the ball away.
Clichy drives the ball to Aguero but the offside flag goes up again and the move ends.
Funes Mori picks out Barkley with a long range pass but the move is stopped because of the offside flag going up.
Good start for City they are holding on to the possession.
Manchester City are in their black and purple away kit.
Kick-off! First half begins. Mark Clattenburg is the referee today.
A minute of applause ahead of the game in the memory of Graham Taylor and Jim Greenwood.
Manchester City are 5th on the log and Everton are 7th on the log.
Stekelenburg and Schneiderlin are on the bench today for Everton.
Vincent Kompany is in contention for City, he had a knee injury in November.
Idrissa Gueye is at the Africa Cup of Nations and Tom Cleverley has joined Watford on loan.
Manchester City have lost as many Premier League games in their last seven as they did in their previous 24.
Everton are winless in their last seven Premier League games against Manchester City.
Everton: Robles, Holgate, Williams, Funes Mori, Coleman, Davies, Barry, Baines, Barkley, Mirallas, Lukaku.
Manchester City: Bravo, Sagna, Otamendi, Stones, Clichy, Zabaleta, Toure, Silva, De Bruyne, Sterling, Aguero.
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