Manchester City vs Everton Live Score Stream in Premier League 2017 (1-1)

Manchester City vs Everton Live Score Stream in Premier League 2017 (1-1)
Guardiola and Koeman on the touchline last season (photo; Getty Images / Alan Martin)
Manchester City
1 1
Everton
Manchester City: Ederson, Walker, Kompany, Stones, Sane, Aguero, De Bruyne, David Silva, Fernandinho, Otamendi, Gabriel Jesus.
Everton: Pickford; Keane, Williams, Jagielka; Holgate, Schneiderlin, Gueye, Davies, Baines; Rooney, Calvert-Lewin.
SCORE: 0-1, min. 35, Rooney. 1-1, min. 83, Sterling.
INCIDENTS: Premier League, Etihad Stadium, Manchester, UK.

Fulltime: Manchester City 1-1 Everton

90' Four Minutes off added time in the second half.

90' Substitution (Everton): Wayne Rooney off for Besic.

88' Morgan Schneiderlin sent off for a second yellow. Everton with ten men now.

85' Aguero spins and attempts to shot but slips and ball goes for a goal kick.

83' Manchester City Goal scored by Raheem Sterling.

79' Rooney's header is caught by Ederson. 

78' Yellow Card awarded to Vincent Kompany. 

77' Danilo's shot from the right side pushed away by Pickford.

74' Sterling's played into the box but misses high over the bar from close range.

71' Bernardo's half volley is hit into the ground and goes wide of the goal.

70' Danilo's in swinger goes over the heads in the box and out for a goal kick.

69' Substitution (Man City): Bernardo Silva in for Leroy Sane. 

65' Substitution (Man City): Danilo on for John Stones.

61' Substitutions (Everton): Klaassen on for Williams, Davies off for Sigurdsson. 

58' De Bruyne's free kick goes right into the wall.

57' Sterling taken down and a free kick in a good position coming up for City...

53' Despite being a man down, Man City have had all the possession to start the second half.

50' City have turned to a 3-5-1 formation, with Sterling taking Walker's spot and Aguero playing as the lone striker. 

46' Second Half underway

Substitution (Man City): Gabriel Jesus is taken off for Raheem Sterling 

Halftime: Manchester City 0-1 Everton 

45' Two minutes of added time

44' Kyle Walker given a second yellow card and is sent off. City down to ten men.

43' Gabriel Jesus' shot inside the box is straight at Pickford.

42' Kyle Walker awarded a yellow card.

40' Gabriel Jesus goes to the ground in the box but no penalty is awarded. 

Note: Wayne Rooney has now scored 200 career Premier League goals.

35' Everton Goal scored by Wayne Rooney. Sané turns the ball over and Rooney converts on Calvin-Lewin's cut back for Everton on the counter attack.

34' David Silva hits the post.

33' Aguero in one on one but waits too long to pull the trigger and is disarmed by a defender. 

26' Otamendi's shot is saved, an Aguero's flick over Pickford is headed out to safety by the Everton defense. 

23' Tom Davies  booked for a dive.

22' Applause for the 22 killed in the Manchester Arena attack #WeStandTogether

21' Man City with the bulk of possession but failing to create much in the final third.

16' On the counter, Davies' shot is weak and goes wide of the City goal.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho at the Etihad for the match... 

6' A deflected De Bryune free kick bounces off some players in the box but is caught by Pickford. 

3' Calvert-Lewin's shot is wide of Ederson's goal.

1' Kickoff!

The players have taken the field in Manchester, it is almost time for kickoff!

Less than 10 minutes to kickoff at the Etihad.....

Everton Starting XI: Pickford; Keane, Williams, Jagielka; Holgate, Schneiderlin, Gueye, Davies, Baines; Rooney, Calvert-Lewin. 

Here is the Manchester City Starting XI: Ederson, Walker, Kompany, Stones, Sane, Aguero, De Bruyne, David Silva, Fernandinho, Otamendi, Gabriel Jesus. 

Everton predicted starting lineup: Pickford, Martina, Keane, Jagielka, Williams, Baines, Schneiderlin, Gueye, Klaassen, Sandro, Wayne Rooney.

Manchester City predicted starting lineup: Ederson, Walker, Otamendi, Kompany, Danilo, Fernandinho, De Bruyne, Bernardo, David Silva, G. Jesus, Kun Aguero.

Despite returning to the pitch in the friendly against Girona, İlkay Gündoğan is in no rush to return to competitive action. "There's an international break in the next two weeks so there's plenty of time to use that for training, maybe another one or two games if it's possible. Then, hopefully, after that break I will be ready to join the team fully. When the manager and my team-mates need me, I want to be there."  

Match Fact: Everton have not won at the Etihad Stadium since December 2010.

Manchester City lost 1-0 to Girona in Catalonia last week in a friendly between the two City Football Group clubs. İlkay Gündoğan returned to the pitch for the Citizens, while Bernardo Silva and Claudio Bravo also got extended playing time in the loss.

Koeman added: “I’m not worried about his fitness. Of course, as a player, you need game-time and need to play games in pre-season to get to 100 per cent. But his fitness is okay and he is a good professional.”

Although Everton's new signing Gylfi Sigurdsson is not completely match fit yet, his manager expects him to play a large role in a hectic week for the Blues. Koeman said: “He (Sigurdsson) will get time next week. We have a tough week coming up and he will be part of all the games next week.”

Everton face a hectic week of matches. After playing at the Etihad Monday night, the Blues face a return leg in Croatia in the Europa League and a trip to play Chelsea next weekend.

City manager Pep Guardiola on his club's 2-0 victory at Brighton: "We had chances in the first minutes and after the game was quieter, it's not easy to attack 10 guys in the box. We controlled the counter-attacks, we conceded just one chance in 90 minutes away from home and that's not easy in the Premier League."

Everton's manager Ronald Koeman after the victory over Stoke to open the season: "I'm happy with the points. Maybe every manager before the start of the season thinks that their team is ready and prepared but it was really a difficult game. It wasn't a good performance but it is the first that bought a few of nerves to the team and to the new signings. Stoke made it really difficult and if you now that, and you keep the clean sheet and the points at home, it is a perfect result."

Everton opened their league campaign with a 1-0 victory over Stoke City at Goodison Park. Wayne Rooney scored the lone goal in the match in his return to his boyhood club. 

Manchester City defeated Brighton and Hove Albion in their first match of the season by a score of 2-0 last weekend on the South Coast. 

Match Fact: Man City have lost just one of their past 22 league home matches.

Hello and welcome to VAVEL UK's LIVE coverage of this evening's match of Monday Night Premier League Action between Manchester City and Everton. My name is Josef Leizerowitz, and it is my pleasure to be taking you all through this evening's action. There's still quite a bit of time until kickoff, which is scheduled for 8:00 PM BST, so sit back, relax, and allow me take you through the build up to this one.