Erling Haaland makes it 21 Premier League goals as Manchester City draw Everton 1-1, MySportDab reports.
Erling Haaland kept his goal scoring form consistency as he helped his side but it wasn’t enough as they ended up with a draw after 90 minutes.
First Half Report
Frank Lampard had a lot to worry over as his side started the game being pressure alot without them being able to play forward at any point.
Everton did well enough holding things in the early stages of the first half despite having to face alot of pressure coming from the home team.
Manchester City saw more of the ball until it finally paid off for them in the 24th minutes which saw Riyad Mahrez cut through to deliver a pass to Erling Haaland who made it 1-0.
Alot more was seen in the half which saw John Stones almost making it double very late in the half but unfortunately he could only hit the woodwork as the game carried on.
The first 45 minutes of the game came to an end with Manchester City taking a 1-0 lead against Everton which saw them both heading for the break.
Second Half Report
The second half started with more of the home side coming in with more pressure like they did in the first 45 minutes which resulted in just one goal.
Manchester City were dominating play until the game was stopped for a while with the assistant referee having to fix his hearing aid machine he uses to communicate, the match later resumed.
Everton leveled the game 1-1 in the 64th minutes after a sloppy pass was intercepted and delivered to Demarai Gray who pushed forward and made a dummy before finishing off for the goal.
The goal was the last as they were few opportunities wasted which saw the match ended with Manchester City taking just one point drawing 1-1 against Everton.
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