Goals from Raheem Sterling alongside Rodri and Bernardo Silva ensured Man City beat Everton 3-0, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The game started out in the first half with both teams going up against each other as it was evenly balanced from their ends.
Everton did everything possible to hold off their opponent who dominated things going forward.
It was all about Man City controlling things, but the goals failed to come as the encounter progressed further.
Nothing could separate them as the game approached the 30th minute mark which the pressure was still on the away side.
Raheem Sterling finally found the breakthrough in the 44th minute of the encounter which saw the scoreline turned 1-0 from an outstanding finish.
The first half of the encounter came to an end with Man City taking a 1-0 advantage into the break against Everton.
Second Half Report
The second half was different from how things played out in the first 45 minutes which saw more goals being scored by the home side.
Everton held on once again as the pressure was still on them with them failing to find their footing in the encounter which was slipping away from them.
Rodri increased the lead in the 55th minute of the second half after smashing one past the goalkeeper to make the scoreline 0-2 for Man City.
The match continued looking good for the Cityzens who controlled the entire of the pitch moving in quick pace against the Toffees.
Nothing could be done by the visiting side who were mostly chasing the game with hopes of hitting back despite everything against them.
Another goal was scored in the 86th minute, and this time it was from Bernardo Silva who finished off to make the scoreline 3-0.
That seems to be the last action as the game ended with Man City claiming a 3-0 win against Everton.
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