How Man City pulled back from brink of defeat, as Everton’s resurgence continues (see other results)


Manchester City F.C found a glimmer of light in their match against Luton, securing a 1-2 victory at Kenilworth Road on Sunday.

Ending their previous winless streak of four matches, Pep Guardiola’s team had dropped to 4th place in the Premier League title race.

Luton aimed to add to City’s woes, taking the lead with Adebayo’s header in stoppage time of the first half.

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However, Bernardo rescued the champions in the 62nd minute, equalizing and allowing Grealish to score the winning goal.

With 33 points, the champions need to reevaluate their strategies to maintain their title position.

Meanwhile, Everton effectively managed their controversial point deduction at Goodison Park, nearly erasing the entire deduction after climbing out of the relegation zone.

Defeating Chelsea 2-0 on Sunday, Everton’s triumph propelled them to 17th place with 13 points, while Chelsea dropped to 12th place with 19 points.

Tottenham secured their first win in five matches by defeating Newcastle 4-1 at Spurs’ stadium.

Additionally, Fulham showcased an impressive performance with five different players scoring in a convincing 5-0 victory against West Ham at the Cottagers’ home.

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