Everton 1-3 Man City LIVE! Premier League result, match stream and reaction as leaders go 10 points clear
While the Champions League last-16 continued on Wednesday night, there was also English top-flight action to focus on with two rescheduled matches during this most hectic of seasons.
Ola Aina gave the visitors the lead shortly after the interval, but Burnley hit back swiftly through Ashley Barnes to leave Scott Parker’s side still six points adrift of safety with a tough run of fixtures coming up.
City now sit 10 points clear at the summit after fine second-half goals from Riyad Mahrez and Bernardo Silva secured yet another victory after Richarlison had cancelled out Phil Foden’s deflected opener.
Follow Everton vs Manchester City reaction with Standard Sport’s live blog below…
Everton 1-3 Manchester City
A 17th consecutive victory across all competitions takes City 10 points clear of nearest challengers Manchester United at the Premier League summit.
93 mins: Cancelo cops a very painful late blow to the knee from James before Mahrez drags a low shot narrowly wide of the post.
90 mins: Three minutes of added time to be played at Goodison.
City skipper Fernandinho is on for Rodri.
87 mins: City on easy street now as they comfortably see out their 17th straight win across all competitions.
Their staggering, record-breaking run continues.
The Premier League title looks as good as theirs.
83 mins: Frustration for Doucoure as the ball just won’t drop for him inside the box after King’s cross towards Coleman – who has been pushed on far down the right after Everton fell behind again – is headed away by Laporte.
81 mins: De Bruyne quickly into the action with a superb pass to Jesus.
There’s a brief sight of goal for Everton at the other end, but King takes one touch too many and Ederson can gather.
79 mins: A welcome return to action for Kevin De Bruyne, who has just replaced City’s stand-in skipper Sterling for the final 11 minutes or so.
GOAL! Everton 1-3 Manchester City | Bernardo Silva 77′
77 mins: City wrap up victory with a third goal!
It’s another great team move that culminates in a terrific pass from Mahrez into Jesus, who quickly finds Bernardo.
The Portuguese then drifts inside before unleashing a low drive that goes in off the hand of Pickford, who just couldn’t keep it out.
Should the England goalkeeper have done better there?
71 mins: City stroking the ball around calmly and with patience after retaking the lead.
Onus is really on Everton now to come out and try to dispossess them, which is likely to leave space in behind for the ruthless leaders to exploit.
68 mins: Two changes from Ancelotti with just over 20 minutes to play at Goodison.
James Rodriguez and Josh King replace Davies and Iwobi.