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Goodison Park (ATT 39,454) 3rd May 2014 - Kick off 17:30

Everton Everton vs Manchester City Man City

Everton 2

R Barkley (11)
R Lukaku (65)


Man City 3

S Aguero (22)
E Dzeko (43, 48)

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  1. 90+6

    City hold on and the referee brings the game to an end. A goal from Aguero and a double from Dzeko saw City past the home side, surely City can't slip up now especially after such an unconvincing performance today.

  2. 90+5

    Everton are sure they should have won a throw in as they look to finish strongly but the referee awards it to City who duly continue to run the clock down.

  3. 90+3

    City are really looking to wind down the clock now and the corner is kept in the corner.

  4. 90+2

    Silva breaks free from the Everton defence on the edge of the box but his snap shot is well blocked and City come away with a corner.

  5. 90

    Six minutes of added time still left to play, City can thank Dzeko for the extended time they'll have to play

  6. 90

    Fernandinho does well to break up an Everton attack and continues with the ball before trying to put Dzeko through but Howard comes out of goal and intercepts the ball.

  7. 87

    Deulofeu dances through the City defence with a burst of acceleration but his shot is well saved by Hart.

  8. 85

    The whole Dzeko injury saga looks to have given the fans a lease of life and a chorus of boos greets Dzeko whenever he touches the ball.

  9. 84

    McGeady comes on and takes the place of Osman.

  10. 82

    Dzeko finally gets his booking for his earlier challenge but he looks like he will be continuing.

  11. 81

    Bit of a stand off between Lee Probert and Dzeko with the referee refusing to allow the physio on.

  12. 80

    There is a stoppage in play with Dzeko down on the ground, but he looks like he's going to be booked for his challenge on Barkley.

  13. 78

    Dzeko is starting to look isolated up front but he's doing well to make the most of any ball that is played in to him.

  14. 76

    Everton's second goal has instilled a bit of urgency back in City who are slowly looking to get some momentum back in the game.

  15. 74

    Silva is introduced into the action as City look to see out the game and he takes the place of Nasri.

  16. 72

    Demichelis takes on a shot after Milner's corner eventually drops to the defender but Stones is able to block the ball on the six-yard line.

  17. 71

    Zabaleta goes through on goal after a brilliant one-two with Milner but Howard saves with his feet.

  18. 69

    Everton's midfield are looking to get the home side back on level terms as Osman attempts to drive the team forward.

  19. 67

    Demichelis is booked for protesting the Everton goal, which was a close one, but looked as though it was Osman offside not the goalscorer Lukaku.

  20. 67

    Hopefully the goal will spark some life into both sides who have been cruising through the second half with both sides failing to pose a threat.

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