Manchester City have momentarily returned to the top of the Premier League table with win over Everton.
Gabriel Jesus netted either side of half-time, with Raheem Sterling adding a third for Manchester City after Dominic Calvert-Lewin reduced the deficit with a fine header.
Jesus fired scored past Everton’s goalkeeper Pickford to put City in control
But they had to wait until after the break for Jesus to add his second, and the match turned into a training exercise with Manchester City fully in control.
However, against the run of play Calvert-Lewin got Everton back in the game and they started to press for an equaliser.
City restored their two-goal lead almost instantly, with Sterling heading Fernandinho’s cross home from close range immediately after entering the match as a substitute.