Manchester City are one step closer to winning the come-from-behind title. With the ‘monster’ Elling Holland at the forefront, Everton was completely overpowered. Arsenal failed to secure points in the ensuing game, effectively staying in the runner-up.
Manchester City defeated Everton 3-0 in the 36th round of the ‘2022-23 season English Premier League’ held at Goodison Park in Liverpool, England on the 14th (hereinafter Korean time). In the second half, he ran a whopping 11 consecutive wins and turned on the blue light for a come-from-behind victory.
In preparation for the UEFA Champions League, Kevin De Bruyne and Bernardo Silva started off the bench. Manchester City is on an away road, but from the beginning they waved and drove Everton. Everton focused on defense as much as possible and aimed for a counter attack.
Manchester City used Phil Foden to shake the flanks. Haaland worked diligently to create as many shooting opportunities as possible in tight spaces. In the 27th minute of the first half, Mahrez opened the door with a mid-range shot. Eventually, the opening goal came in the 37th minute. Gundogan shook Everton’s net with a fantastic volley shot. Later, Haaland exploded his 52nd goal of the season, giving Manchester City a perfect lead.
▲ Cheers to Manchester City
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▲ ‘The Monster’ Holland’s 52nd goal of the season exploded
The heated Manchester City did not stop even in the second half. Gundoan shook Everton’s net with a right-footed free kick and completed a multi-goal. Everton tried to change the atmosphere by making a substitution in the 10th minute of the second half, but it was not easy. Manchester City counter-attacked while receiving the Everton attack and slowly finished the game to bring the 3 points.
By the time Manchester City were on an 11-game winning streak, Arsenal were in dire need of three points. On the 15th, at 12:30 am, they invited Brighton to their home stadium, the Emirates Stadium, and tried to catch up, but lost 0-3 and lowered their heads.
Arsenal created a dominant flow by increasing ball possession at home. Saka, Gabriel Jesus, etc. shot, but the zero did not match. It was a tight flow in the first half, but the balance of 0 was broken in the second half. In the 5th minute of the second half, Brighton launched a sharp counterattack, and Encisso shook the net and roared.
▲ Thrilling victory in Brighton away
Urgent Arsenal counterattacked with Thomas Partey and Rhys Nelson. Brighton also responded with a substitution. However, in the 41st minute of the second half, Trosar’s build-up mistake was not missed, and Undav scored his second goal with a sensational lob shot.
Arsenal struggled for a comeback goal. The goddess of victory smiled at Brighton, despite all their efforts to close the gap that had opened in a short time. Estupinyan scored a key goal in extra time in the second half to end the game.