LIVERPOOL – Everton was not able to get out of the negative period that have not won in the last five games. But the Toffees were able to stop the pace of victory Manchester City in the Premier League weekend of 21 with a score of 1-1.
Everton amid the current negative period, and tried to rise up against Manchester City. Joel Robles down as a substitute in Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard, and Josh Stones play mengisis Slyvain position Distin.
While the City lose Yaya Toure who joined the Ivory Coast national team to play in the African Cup. But City have a capable squad depth, position was replaced by Fernando.
Both teams immediately step on the gas since the first round begins. Successive attacks do both, but until the game runs 15 minutes. There is no goal that is created at Goodison Park, Everton and City both rush to build an attack.
Everton and City defense is still solid and difficult to pass each team to have 31 minutes. Stevan Jovetic appointed Manuel Pellegrini as a lone striker in this match, has not been able to convert its chances into goals.
Everton threatened champions! Romelo Lukaku kick pushed over Joe Hart, the ball rebounded then struck by Seamus Coleman from outside the box. Luckily for City, the ball just hit the crossbar on 42 minutes it. Opportunity was also ended the game the first half with the score 0-0 glasses alias.
Everton upped the tempo in the second half of this attack, with the support of the 12th or the fans who packed the stadium hosts. Lukaku back into threats City in minute 56, and Hart was again performed heroics kicking hard dismissed former Chelsea striker.
Deadlocked until minute 67, the City was further strengthened his team‘s top scorer. Pellegrini enter Sergio “Kun” Aguero and pull out Jovetic that many wasted chances.
Fernandinho! City finally broke the deadlock in the 74th minute Starting from a counterattack City, Samir Nasri gave the ball to David Silva who kicked the ball. The ball had blocked the Everton players.
But wild ball passed by Fernandinho that not offside. 1-0 to City, the goal assessed Roberto Martinez unfair because Pablo Zabaleta had earlier handball, but the referee did not heed
Gol City did not last long, Steven Naismith equalized straight back in the 77th minute free kick Leighton Baines, welcomed the Scottish agile striker with tandukkannya faster than Hart rescue efforts. 1-1 Everton equalized.
The entry of Frank Lampard and Aleksandar Kolarov, in order to sharpen the City was unable to attack the fruit of the result until the fight was over. The match ended with the score 1-1, the City failed to overtake Chelsea and back away from Chelsea who beat Newcastle United at the same time with the score 2-0.
Everton: Joel Robles, Leighton Baines, John Stones, Phil Jagielka, Seamus Coleman, Gareth Barry, Muhamed Besic, Ross Barkley, Steven Naismith, Aiden McGeady (Kevin Mirallas 76 ‘), Romelo Lukaku
Manchester City: Joe Hart, Pablo Zabaleta, Martin Demichelis, Eliaquim Mangala, Gael Clichy, Fernando, Fernandinho (Frank Lampard 81 ‘), Jesus Navas, David Silva, Samir Nasri (Aleksandar Kolarov 90 + 1‘), Stevan Jovetic (Sergio Aguero 67 ‘)