EPL: Manchester City beat Everton 3-1, Aguero scores brace
A Brace from City striker Sergio Aguero and an Alvaro Negredo strike from centre of the box helped Manchester City to a comfortable 3-1 win against a good looking Everton side. The blues from Manchester were in total charge of the ball as the match commenced but it was Everton who took the lead and the scorer is none other than Romelu Lukaku. He just continued with his form from the last match and put Everton 1-0 up in the very first 15 minutes although the ball was made up by Phil Jagielka but Lukaku deserves full credit for the finish.
Everton could not hold on to the lead for a longer time and were level with City in the very next minute and once again it was their man from the centre, Yaya Toure who made a superb through ball to Alvaro Negredo who made a superb finish to put the home team on level terms.
A chance came for Everton just at the stroke of half time but Romelu Lukaku was caught offside. As the game was approaching to its half stage, Pressure from City was finally turned home by their striker Sergio Aguero who finished a top ball from David Silva to put the man in blue 2-1 up after conceding an early goal.
As the second half commenced, City was looking in full stroke but the minnows Everton could not be neglected sincerely after looking their position in the points table which is above Manchester City.
The game was swinging from one side to the other till the time Aguero scored another one from the penalty spot to bag the game for the home team. Seamus Coleman pushed Pablo Zabaleta in the penalty area and the refree wasted no time in awarding the home team a penalty which was later converted thanks to Tim Howard as the ball was deflected into the goal after hitting the post.
After that the match looked pretty certain although some pretty good attacks were made on both the sides but neither was converted and after a 4 minute of stoppage time Manchester City finally wins one after their defeat to Aston Villa at Villa Park last week and from Bayern Munich at home.
Sergio Aguero (2 goals)
Alvaro Negredo (1 goal)
Romelu Lukaku(1 goal).
Vincent Kompany Matija Nastasic
Alexsander Kolarov Gael Clichy
Sergio Aguero Samir Nasri
Leon Osman Darron Gibson
Kevin Mirallas Gerard Deulofeu
Romelu Lukaku Arouna Kone
Manchester City 3 – 1 Everton
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