Manchester City returned to winning ways defeating Everton 3-1 at the Etihad stadium on Saturday reports Completesportsnigeria.com.
A brace from Gabriel Jesus and another from substitute Raheem Sterling handed Manchester City their first home win over Everton since 2004.
Dominic Calvet Lewin scored Everton’s only goal.
The win sees Manchester City overtake Liverpool at the top of the table ahead of their game with Manchester United tomorrow.
Gabriel Jesus scored the opener for Manchester City in the 22nd minute moments after Richarlison squandered a glorious opportunity to hand Everton the lead.
It was Jesus’ his first Premier League goal in four months.
Jesus doubled City’s lead on 50 minutes. The champions looked set to ease to three points before Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s 65th minute reply.
But substitute Raheem Sterling extended City’s lead with an excellent header on 69 minutes after coming on Leroy Sane.