Erling Haaland scored a brace as Manchester City claimed a victory at home 2-0 against Everton, MySportDab reports.
It was balanced between both teams who were both engaged with each other pushing for something all through.
It was another brace for Erling Haaland who have fully returned to his scoring ways since missing action for a very long time.
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It wasn’t a pleasant first half for the Citizens who couldn’t materialize on any of the opportunities that presented themselves going forward.
Everton were at their best ensuring they did everything possible to keep the match going and in their reach as the pressure carried on.
Manchester City were calm collective with their play but they couldn’t find themselves taking any aim directly at the goalkeeper who was more relaxed.
Erling Haaland grew frustrated in the first half which he wasn’t able to roam about as he usually does during games that see him scoring for fun.
Everton held Manchester City to a 0-0 draw scoreline after 45 minutes of action which saw them both heading inside for the break after an excellent display.
There was a different outcome in the second half which saw the City side approaching things differently as they pushed on.
Everton was still at their best ensuring they closed things down while the game continued with no shot on target from the home side with 50 minutes gone.
Manchester City took the lead after Erling Haaland converted from his opportunities which came in the 71st minute ensuring things became 1-0.
Another goal came in from the Norwegian who made it a brace and scoreline 2-0 in the 85th minute as things progressed into the final stages to be played.
Beto scored in the additional time but his goal was chopped off immediately.
Manchester City cemented the three points after 90 minutes ensuring they climbed to the top of the Premier League table beating Everton 2-0 ahead of the Liverpool game.
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