Man City beats Everton, opens a 10-point lead

Obinwannem News Man City beats Everton, opens a 10-point lead

Manchester city on Wednesday night suppressed the hopes of Everton right in their home ground.

The Sky Blues did extend their winning streak to seventeen. They took no chances as they made sure the game ended 3:1 in their favour; despite playing without Ilkay Gundogan and the Belgian midfielder Kevin De Bruyne at the greater part of the time.

English professional footballer Phil Foden opened the scoring mark against Everton, who were “less attacking,” and Riyad Mahrez made it two with a nice clipping of the ball. Silva’s shot could not be stopped by Jordan Pickford as it passed the goal keeper and settled into the net; canceling out Richarlison’s strike to secure another three points.

Guardiola’s Man City has kept a clean 17 games unbeaten which keeps them 10 point off their rivals on the EPL table.

With Ilkay Gundogan injured, and Kevin De Bruyne not ‘very fit,’ albeit, Guardiola “gambled” with him last night when he brought him [De Bruyne] from the bench in less than 15 minutes to go.

Man City will face Arsenal in the Premier League on Sunday before they take on Borussia Monchengladbach in the Champions League last-16 first leg on Wednesday.

Ifesinachi Nnabugwu reporting, Obinwannem News

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