Manchester City destroys Everton with 2 goals from I. Gündogan. HIGHLIGHTS

LIVERPOOL. Manchester City was ultimately too good for Everton with the goal of I. Gündogan was the key of the match after he scored in the 37th and 51st minute.

Manchester City destroys Everton with 2 goals from I. Gündogan. HIGHLIGHTS

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LIVERPOOL. Manchester City was eventually too strong for Everton with the goal of I. Gündogan was the key of the match after he scored in the 37th and 51st minute. Ilkay Gündogan (37′), Erling Haaland (39′) and Ilkay Gündogan (51′). Manchester City was definitely superior in terms of ball possession (63%) and that was among the factors of its victory.​

The match was played at the Goodison Park stadium in Liverpool on Sunday and it started at 2:00 pm local time. The referee was Anthony Taylor assisted by Gary Beswick and Adam Nunn. The 4th official was Graham Scott. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was pleasant at 16.7 degrees Celsius or 62.08 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 67%.​

Match Statistics​

  • ! 37 Ball Possession 63
Shots
  • 7 Total 9
  • 3 On Target 4
  • 4 Off Target 5
  • 1 Shots blocked 2
  • 68 Attack 110
  • 49 Dangerous attack 60
  • 58 Ball safe 95
  • 4 Free Kicks 13
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 8 Corners 6
Fouls
  • 12 Total 4
  • 1 Yellow Cards 0
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 4 Substitutions 4

Ball possession

Manchester City was in firm control of the ball 63% while Everton was struggling with a 37% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

Manchester City was more pushing with 60 dangerous attacks and 9 shots of which 4 were on target. This is one of the reasons why Manchester City won the match.​

Everton shot 7 times, 3 on target, 4 off target. On the opposite side, Manchester City shot 9 times, 4 on target, 5 off target.

Cards

Everton received 1 yellow card (James Garner). On the opposite side, Manchester City didn’t receive any yellow card.

Match Timeline

37'
39'
Erling Haaland(goal)
46'
James Garner- Yellow
49'
51'
55'
Amadou Onana- sub ->Idrissa Gueye
56'
76'
78'
Bernardo Silva- sub ->Ilkay Gündogan
78'
Jack Grealish- sub ->Erling Haaland
88'
90'
Sergio Gómez- sub ->Rúben Dias

Standings

After playing this match, Everton will stay with 32 points to hold in the 17th place. Regarding the opposition, Manchester City will have 85 points to sit in the 1st place.

Next matches

Everton – Formation

Everton
G
Jordan Pickford 1.England
5.7
D
James Tarkowski 2.England
7.3
D
Yerry Mina 13.Colombia
6.8
D
Mason Holgate 4.England
5.4
55'
D
Nathan Patterson 3.Scotland
6.1
M
Idrissa Gueye 27.Senegal
6.7
56'
M
6.2
M
James Garner 37.England
6.8
76' 49'
M
Alex Iwobi 17.Nigeria
6.3
M
Dwight McNeil 7.England
7.2
F
6.2
46'
Substitutes
G
Andy Lonergan 31.England
G
Asmir Begovic 15.Bosnia and Herzegovina
D
Michael Keane 5.England
D
Reece Welch 64.England
D
Conor Coady 30.England
6.8
55'
M
Amadou Onana 8.Belgium
6.7
56'
F
Neal Maupay 20.France
6.6
46'
F
Demarai Gray 11.Jamaica
6.5
76'
F
Ellis Simms 50.England

Everton adopted the 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).

The manager Sean Dyche decided to play with the following team: Jordan Pickford (5.7), Nathan Patterson (6.1), Yerry Mina (6.8), James Tarkowski (7.3), Mason Holgate (5.4), James Garner (7.1), Idrissa Gueye (6.7), Alex Iwobi (6.3), Abdoulaye Doucouré (6.2), Dwight McNeil (7.2) and Dominic Calvert-Lewin (6.2).

The home team had on the bench: Neal Maupay (6.6), Demarai Gray (6.5), Amadou Onana (6.7), Andy Lonergan, Asmir Begović, Ellis Simms, Michael Keane, Reece Welch and Conor Coady (6.6).

Substitutions

Everton made 4 changes: Dominic Calvert-Lewin for Neal Maupay (46′), Idrissa Gueye for Amadou Mvom Onana (56′), Mason Holgate for Conor Coady (56′) and James Garner for Demarai Gray (76′).

Best player: James Tarkowski​

Following our analysis, the most impressive player for Everton was James Tarkowski.

His rating is (7.3) with 39 passes (84% accurate) and 1 key pass. He was won 4 duels out of 6. He hit the woodwork once times.

Manchester City – Formation

Manchester City
G
Ederson 31.Brazil
7.0
D
Kyle Walker 2.England
7.4
D
Aymeric Laporte 14.Spain
7.2
D
Rúben Dias 3.Portugal
7.3
90'
D
Manuel Akanji 25.Switzerland
7.0
M
9.1
78' Goals37', 51'
M
Rodri 16.Spain
7.1
88'
M
Phil Foden 47.England
6.7
M
Riyad Mahrez 26.Algeria
7.8
M
Julián Álvarez 19.Argentina
6.1
F
Erling Haaland 9.Norway
7.5
78' Goals39'
Substitutes
G
Stefan Ortega 18.Germany
D
John Stones 5.England
D
Rico Lewis 82.England
M
Sergio Gómez 21.Spain
90'
M
Kevin De Bruyne 17.Belgium
M
Jack Grealish 10.England
6.2
78'
M
Cole Palmer 80.England
M
Bernardo Silva 20.Portugal
6.8
78'
M
Kalvin Phillips 4.England
88'

Also Manchester City adopted the 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).

Josep Guardiola i Sala played with: Ederson (7.0), Kyle Walker (7.4), Rúben Dias (7.3), Aymeric Laporte (7.2), Manuel Akanji (7.0), Rodri (7.1), İlkay Gündoğan (9.1), Riyad Mahrez (7.8), Julián Álvarez (6.1), Phil Foden (6.7) and Erling Haaland (7.5).

These were the players on the bench: John Stones, Cole Palmer, Bernardo Silva (6.8), Rico Lewis, Kalvin Phillips, Sergio Gómez, Kevin De Bruyne, Jack Grealish (6.2) and Stefan Ortega.

Substitutions

Manchester City made 4 changes: Ilkay Gündogan for Bernardo Silva (78′), Erling Haaland for Jack Grealish (78′), Rodri for Kalvin Phillips (88′) and Rúben Dias for Sergio Gómez (90′).

Best player: İlkay Gündoğan​

The most impressive player for Manchester City was İlkay Gündoğan.

His rating is (9.1) with 2 goals, 31 passes (87% accurate) and 2 key passes. He performed 3 crosses.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Premier League.​