- Laporte nods in D. Silva free kick
- Jesus adds goal at the death
- City outshoots Everton 14-4
- MCFC second team to breach 60 points this season
Manchester City went atop the Premier League table with a 2-0 win over Everton at Goodison Park on Wednesday.
Everton probably deserved a point on the merit of its second half, but remains ninth with 33 points.
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Leroy Sane nearly continued Man City’s run of scoring very early in matches, snapping a left-footed shot wide of the far post.
Everton keeper Jordan Pickford came out for a corner kick and missed it, but Aymeric Laporte nodded wide in the 16th minute.
Sane and David Silva set-up Aguero in-tight, but the Argentine hit the cross bar as City kept pouring forward toward an opener.
City got its goal before halftime, with Laporte getting a header past Pickford off a spinning David Silva free kick.
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Second-half sub Raheem Sterling became the focal point of all things City, influential at both ends of the pitch.
Jesus then collected a Kevin De Bruyne through ball in the seventh minute of stoppage time, nodding the ball over the line after Pickford slapped it into the air.