The 2-0 defeat at Everton left the reigning Premier League to 15 points behind leaders Manchester United, who beat Reading and reached its sixth straight win.
Everton has severely damaged Manchester City s hopes to defend their title in the Premier League by beating the actual champions 2-0 at Goodison Park.
A goal from 25 meters by Leon Osman and another one in the added time by Nikica Jelavić made the Citizens came out from Liverpool empty-handed, despite the expulsion of Steven Pienaar on 61 minutes due to a second yellow. The defeat leaves the City with an almost impossible difference of 15 points compared to United, who beat Reading FC 1-0 in the last game to start on Saturday.
Everton’s victory left him in sixth place in the table, four points for fourth place, and above their neighbors Liverpool FC, whose impressive run of results in recent weeks came to an end with his defeat by 3 -1 on Southampton FC. This win was a great relief to the locals, who are seven points away from the relegation zone.
One point behind is Aston Villa FC, who beat Queens Park Rangers 3-2 in a dramatic encounter for survival. The defeat leaves QPR in the last place in the table, seven points from safety.
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