Match report of Man City v Everton 15 October 2015 - Manchester City FC
City were forced to settle for a 1-1 draw with Everton after missing two penalties and being foiled by several world class saves from goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg
Man City fans air their concerns after Everton draw - Manchester Evening News
Here's a sample of how Manchester City fans reacted to the game on the MEN website and Facebook page.
Sunderland to hand Jordan Pickford bumper pay rise as Manchester City monitor Black Cats stopper - Mirror Online
Pickford is contracted to the Wearsiders until 2020 but such has been his progress that they will recognise that – and protect their own interests at the same time. The Black Cats are aware of sustained interest by rivals with Manchester City among the clubs circling the Stadium of Light.
Sergio Aguero warns Manchester City over Lionel Messi: We must play the game of our lives! - Mirror Online
Sergio Aguero has told Manchester City’s defence they will need to play the game of their lives to stop his pal Lionel Messi in the Nou Camp. City head to Barcelona on Wednesday determined to go top of Group C as boss Pep Guardiola returns to the club where he first made his name - both as a player and as a coach.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola NOT planning to strengthen squad during January window - Mirror Online
Manchester City have no plans to go into the transfer market in January. Pep Guardiola’s squad will be bolstered in the New Year by the arrival of Brazilian wonderkid Gabriel Jesus. But Sunday Mirror Sport understands the City boss has told director of football Txiki Begiristain he does not want any further new faces.
Man City are the best team I've ever faced, says Ronald Koeman | Football News | Sky Sports
Everton manager Ronald Koeman claims Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are the best side he has faced as a manager.
Pep Guardiola concerned Manchester City's confidence has taken a hit ahead of Barcelona trip after home draw with Everton extended winless run to three | Daily Mail Online
Pep Guardiola fears Manchester City may suffer a crisis of confidence in the Nou Camp on Wednesday after they have now gone three matches without a win — but he intends to lift the mood and ensure they can play Barcelona at their own passing game on his return to his former club.