Everton v Manchester City, 31 March 2018

Score3-1 to Manchester City
RefereePaul Tierney
CompetitionPremier League
VenueGoodison Park
Attendance39,221
Kick-off: 5.30pm Everton had won six of their preceding nine home games against Manchester City in all competitions (lost two).

Goals:

Yannick Bolasie 63 G

Goals:

Leroy Sané 4 G
Gabriel Jesus 12 G
Raheem Sterling 37 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford
Defender Michael Keane
Defender/Midfielder Seamus Coleman
Defender/Midfielder Phil Jagielka
Defender/Midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin
Defender/Left back Leighton Baines
Midfielder/Forward Yannick Bolasie
Midfielder/Forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Midfielder/Forward Theo Walcott
Forward Cenk Tosun
Forward Wayne Rooney

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Ederson
Defender Aymeric Laporte
Defender Kyle Walker
Defender/Centre back Vincent Kompany
Midfielder David Silva
Midfielder Fernandinho
Midfielder/Forward Kevin De Bruyne
Midfielder/Forward Leroy Sané
Midfielder/Forward Raheem Sterling

Substitutions:

Tom Davies for Wayne Rooney 57
Beni Baningime for Dominic Calvert-Lewin 75
Oumar Niasse for Cenk Tosun 79

Substitutions:

Bernardo Silva for Raheem Sterling 64
İlkay Gündogan for Kevin De Bruyne 77
Danilo for Aymeric Laporte 87

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Joel Robles
Defender Cuco Martina
Midfielder Beni Baningime
Midfielder Tom Davies
Midfielder Nikola Vlašić
Forward Oumar Niasse

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Claudio Bravo
Defender Tosin Adarabioyo
Defender Danilo
Defender/Midfielder Olexsandr Zinchenko
Midfielder Bernardo Silva
Midfielder İlkay Gündogan
Forward Lukas Nmecha

Comments:

League position: 9th This was the first time that Everton had conceded three goals at home in the first-half of a Premier League game since 15 August 2009 against Arsenal (lost 1-6). This was the Toffees' 350th defeat in the Premier League (played 994, won 360). Leighton Baines made his 400th appearance in the Premier League in this game (including 72 for Wigan Athletic).

Comments:

League position: 1st With this win, Manchester City became the third team to beat all the other teams in a Premier League season after Chelsea in 2005-06 and Manchester United in 2010-11. The Citizens created a new club record of 13 away league wins in a season. Manager Pep Guardiola had now won 50 of his 69 games in the Premier League. The only manager to reach 50 wins in the competition in fewer games was José Mourinho (63).