City 1-1 Everton: Scoring Chances

Scott Heavey

A game of few chances meant neither side could claim superiority at The Etihad

A low number of scoring chances on Saturday; City ahead 6-3 at full-time after being 4-2 up at the half yet it was not until they fell behind did City really create and once their initial burst after the break subsided the game all but petered out.

City are now 157-62 up on the season; an average of 10.46-3.80 per game.

Carlos Tevez was the highest scorer with a +4 rating so was it a surprise that it was he, and not Edin Dzeko, who was withdrawn for Sergio Aguero?

David Silva and Samir Nasri also contributed but Yaya Toure's barren run continues.

There were two errors marked on Everton's goal: Vincent Kompany failing to clear the initial cross and also for Pablo Zabaleta in being beaten to the ball.

The individual numbers are as follows (click to enlarge):

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And the season totals:

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