Data Analysis: City score heavily at home to Everton

Manchester City served up a goal bonanza with their win over Everton at Etihad Stadium in the Premier League on Sunday. Man City scored five goals, and won the game 5-0 (2-0).

Manchester City scored the first goal when Kevin De Bruyne scored a goal after 11 minutes, with an assist by Riyad Mahrez, making it 0-1. He has now scored six Premier League goals this season.

The team increased the lead to 2-0 early in the match when Gabriel Jesus made his mark as he scored a goal, with an assist by Kevin De Bruyne, in the 14th minute. It was his ninth goal.

Straight after the break, Phil Foden made his mark and increased Manchester City’s lead.

Sergio Agüero increased the lead in the 71st minute, from a pass from Fernandinho.

Manchester City increased the lead even more as Sergio Agüero scored a goal, with an assist by Fernandinho, in the 76th minute. The 5-0 goal was the last one of the game.

Manchester City have 3 wins and and 2 losses with a 14–8 goal difference in the last 5 games, while Everton have 2 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses and a 2–6 goal difference.

The results in the last round mean that Manchester City finish in first place and Everton in 10th.

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