April 14, 2024

Man City in world champion mode

Just five days after adding the Club World Cup to their 2023 trophy haul, Manchester City returned to English football with a bang on Wednesday evening, when they travelled to Everton for Premier League matchday 19. Pep Guardiola’s men beat an in-form Everton side 3-1, despite the absences of Kevin De Bruyne and Erling Haaland.

Dominant in the first half, the Skyblues were …

Just five days after adding the Club World Cup to their 2023 trophy haul, Manchester City returned to English football with a bang on Wednesday evening, when they travelled to Everton for Premier League matchday 19. Pep Guardiola’s men beat an in-form Everton side 3-1, despite the absences of Kevin De Bruyne and Erling Haaland.

Dominant in the first half, the Skyblues were punished by the Toffees when Rodri fumbled the ball, allowing Jack Harrison to open the scoring. title. Prior to this perfectly successful Club World Cup (3-0 against Urawa, 4-0 against Fluminense), Guardiola and his men were on a run of just one win in six Premier League games. In the standings, City are now three points behind Arsenal and five behind provisional leaders Liverpool, who have played one match more than their rivals. The battle is just beginning!