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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Two goals from Gabriel Jesus helped a nervy Manchester City earn a 2-1 win over Everton at Etihad Stadium on Wednesday, as new manager Carlo Ancelotti suffered his first Premier League defeat since taking charge of the Merseyside club.
Ancelotti had two wins from two before the trip to Manchester, but the writing appeared to be on the wall as Phil Foden thought he gave City a 13th minute lead, only for the Video Assistant Referee to pick up an offside in the build-up.
For the rest of the first half City were not at their best, but they came out after the interval with added impetus, taking the lead in 51st minute through Jesus in the Brazilian's sixth goal in five matches against Everton.
That soon became seven as Jesus drilled home Riyad Mahrez's pass seven minutes later, only for stand-in City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo to give Everton a way back into the match as Richarlison scored with 19 minutes left.
Home fans held their breath as City looked uneasy in defence and Everton pressed for the equaliser, but the visitors could not find that killer final pass.
City's fourth win in their past five games sees them stay a point behind second-placed Leicester City and 11 behind leaders Liverpool, having played two games more than the Reds. Everton remain 10th.
"When you are far away from first sometimes people give up, but we never give up," City manager Pep Guardiola said. "We have to keep going."
Guardiola made five changes from the side who beat Sheffield United, with goalkeeper Ederson ill and unable to start.
Mahrez was the man correctly judged to have been offside when Foden thought he had scored.
The hosts then took until the 24th minute to have a shot at goal, the latest at home since January.
Twelve of City’s 16 home league goals this season had come in the second half before Everton’s visit and it took only six minutes after the break for Jesus to strike, after collecting Ilkay Gundogan’s pass.
Another fine move saw City double their advantage, as Foden laid the ball off for Mahrez, who slid Jesus in for the Brazilian to slot home his 13th goal in all competitions this season.
Bravo was then far too casual when picking a pass. Theo Walcott drilled across goal, with Richarlison sneaking the ball in.
City had chances to make the game safe but Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford stood firm.
"At the end City deserved to win. They were better than us," Ancelotti said. "We need time to work and adjust things that are not good."
Updated: January 2, 2020 03:03 AM
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