MANCHESTER – Manchester City 1-0 win over Everton in the Premier League match at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday (06/12/2014). With that result, the City is in second place with a value of 33, or lose three points from Chelsea.
Victory City determined by Yaya Toure scored in the 24th minute. Toure conquer Tim Howard with a shot from the spot. City gets a penalty after Phil Jagielka assessed against James Milner.
City dominated the game from the start. However, Everton survived well and the occasional slip threat. Despite the difficulties, the City maintains the intensity of the attack and created several chances. However, a large number of business City blocked or ran aground in the hands of Howard.
In the 83rd minute, Samir Nasri saw his shot diantisipsi Howard. Shortly thereafter, Edin Dzeko and James Milner fired a shot that was blocked Everton.
On the other hand, Everton are also able to create good goal chances. In the 54th minute, for example, Samuel Eto’o kick right-footed from the middle of the penalty, which ran aground in the hands of Joe Hart.
Throughout the game, according to ESPN notes, City off three accurate shots from 19 businesses, with 51 percent of possession. The Everton fired two shots bead of nine experiments.
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Manchester City: 1–Joe Hart; 5–Pablo Zabaleta, 20–Eliaquim Mangala, 22–Gaël Clichy, 26–Martín Demichelis; 6–Fernando, 7–James Milner, 15–Jesús Navas (18–Frank Lampard 78), 42–Yaya Toure; 8–Samir Nasri, 16–Sergio Aguero (78–Jose Pozo 7, 10–Edin Dzeko 63)
Coach: Manuel Pellegrini
Everton: 24–Tim Howard; 2–Tony Hibbert, 3–Leighton Baines, 6–Phil Jagielka, 15–Sylvain Distin; 5–Samuel Eto’o, 11–Kevin Mirallas (21–Leon Osman 88), 17–Muhamed Besic (20–Ross Barkley 56), 18–Gareth Barry, 23–Seamus Coleman; 10–Romelu Lukaku
Coach: Roberto Martinez