Ancelotti can't stop City either

12 consecutive victories in the Premier and 17 in all competitions raise those of Guardiola to the top. Foden, Mahrez and Bernardo Silva scored the goals.


Nobody can with Manchester City. Klopp could not, Mourinho could not, Ancelotti could not. All of them have been defeated against the 'citizens' in the last two weeks. In England, Pep Guardiola's team goes straight to the Premier League with its 12 consecutive league wins (17 in total among all competitions). The last one was at Goodison Park against Everton (1-3) thanks to which they continue to confirm themselves at the top of the table, almost unattainable: 10 points ahead of their maximum pursuer and with the best defensive records ( 15 goals conceded in 24 games) far behind the next.

Furthermore, they have reached this cruising speed without two of their best players: De Bruyne returned against Everton from his injury - he played the last minutes - and Agüero has already entered the calls, but has missed almost the entire season.

Foden's opening goal put Manchester City ahead with his 11th goal of the season, but Richarlison equalized after a good finish from Digné. While Guardiola rotated what he could to his men (Stones was a substitute, Ruben Dias returned and Gündogan missed the match due to his injury at the weekend, although it is not serious), Ancelotti could not count on Calvert-Lewin for the second consecutive game.

In the second half, Mahrez and Bernardo Silva put the final 1-3 in full 'citizen' superiority, which barely conceded dangerous chances and left Everton without the possibility of approaching Ederson's area.

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