Everton hosted Pep Guardiola’s high-flying Manchester City at the Goodison Park for their twenty-first league outing. Ronald Koeman’s troops, despite being the underdogs going into the game, overturned the game head over heels. The home crowd witnessed one of the finest performances under the Dutchman’s tutelage by registering a thumping 4-0 win to completely rattle Guardiola’s men.
The Best And The Worst Everton Players Rated From Their Brilliant Win Vs Manchester City
Joel Robles: 7/10
Frankly speaking, Robles was lucky to not concede a penalty in the first half after apparently fouling on Raheem Sterling. Apart from that, he looked quite commanding with the gloves and made a phenomenal block to silence David Silva.
Leighton Baines: 7.5/10
It was a decent outing for Baines. The Englishman was cunning while going forward and was very solid and resilient at the back by maintaining a good balance between his attacking and defensive pursuits.
Mason Holgate: 6.5/10
Holgate looked shaky at times against Manchester City’s attacking arsenal and conceded some unnecessary fouls as well.
Ashley Williams: 7/10
The former Swansea skipper was the heartbeat of Everton’s defence as marauded the troops in a terrific manner. Though he has forgettable moments in the first half, his performance throughout the game overshadows his petty errors with ease.
Ramiro Funes Mori: 6/10
Funes Mori was arguably the weak link today against Manchester City as he overcommitted himself forward, thus exposing his backline and was caught out of his position on multiple occasions.
Seamus Coleman: 7/10
With a humongous level of energy, Coleman worked relentlessly throughout the game and also supplied an assist to Ademola Lookman.