This is a match report of Manchester City versus Everton, from Tuesday night’s Premier League fixture at the Etihad Stadium. It was Pep Guardiola’s 250th game in charge of Manchester City and one that ended with the hosts winning 4-2 against their rivals
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Manchester City got off to a good start thanks to an own goal by Simone Magill.
Manchester City defeated Everton for the 20th time in a row, boosting their chances of qualifying for the Women’s Champions League next season.
Everton’s Simone Magill diverted Caroline Weir’s corner into her own net, giving City the lead.
Lucy Bronze’s wing play allowed Ellen White to increase the advantage.
Alex Greenwood scored off Lauren Hemp’s feed, and Laura Coombs drove in from Khadija Shaw’s assist to give City two late goals.
It was City’s second 4-0 victory against Everton in four days, after defeating them in the FA Women’s Cup on Sunday – and they have won every meeting between the two sides.
Gareth Taylor’s squad has won 14 of their past 16 matches in all competitions, and are currently just a goal difference behind third-placed Manchester United.
In Wednesday’s triumph at the Academy Stadium, the hosts enjoyed the most of the opportunities, with Weir smashing over from a close angle and having a volley saved.
Sandy MacIver stopped a long-range volley for White, while Keira Walsh drove wide from a distance.
Everton, who are now in tenth place, had just one chance on goal, with former City attacker Claire Emslie firing a long-range effort straight at Ellie Roebuck in the first half.
Chelsea’s Women’s Super League match against Tottenham was postponed earlier in the day due to a Covid-19 outbreak at Spurs.
Women of Man City
- 33 Kennedy
- At 86’minutes, 3Stokes was substituted forBlakstad.
- At 78’minutes, 10Stanway was substituted for Coombs.
- 73’minutes13RasoSubstituted forBeckieat
- 73’minutes 18WhiteSubstituted forShawat
- At 55’minutes, Björn was substituted by Pattinson.
- 6 At 51 minutes, George was booked.
- 3Turner Scheduled for 88 minutes
- 11Emslie 77’minutesSubstituted forDugganat
- At 56’minutes, Galli was substituted by Christiansen.
- 76’minutesBennisonSubstituted forDaliat
Match ends, Manchester City Women 4, Women’s Everton 0.
Second Half ends, Manchester City Women 4, Women’s Everton 0.
Janine Beckie was called for a foul (Manchester City Women).
Izzy Christiansen (Women’s Everton) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
Julie Blakstad’s Foul (Manchester City Women).
Kenza Dali (Women’s Everton) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
The attempt has been saved. Laura Coombs (Manchester City Women) hits the bottom left corner with a left-footed effort from the right side of the area that is saved.
Attempt was thwarted. A left-footed attempt from outside the box by Caroline Weir (Manchester City Women) is stopped.
Danielle Turner (Women’s Everton) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
In the offensive half, Lauren Hemp (Manchester City Women) earns a free kick.
Foul by Danielle Turner (Women’s Everton).
Manchester City Women have made a substitution. Demi Stokes is replaced by Julie Blakstad.
Goal! Manchester City Women 4, Women’s Everton 0. Laura Coombs (Manchester City Women) right footed shot from outside the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Khadija Shaw.
Goal! Manchester City Women 3, Women’s Everton 0. Alex Greenwood (Manchester City Women) left footed shot from very close range to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Laura Coombs following a corner.
Manchester City Women’s Corner Megan Finnigan confessed.
The attempt was unsuccessful. Manchester City Women’s Khadija Shaw’s left-footed attempt from the heart of the box misses to the left. Lauren Hemp was a big help.
Manchester City Women have made a substitution. Georgia Stanway is replaced by Laura Coombs.
Substitution, Women’s Everton. Toni Duggan replaces Claire Emslie.
Substitution, Women’s Everton. Kenza Dali replaces Hanna Bennison.
Corner, Women’s Everton. Conceded by Demi Stokes.
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