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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
4 Watford 1 1 0 4
5 Man City 1 1 0 4
6 Liverpool 1 1 0 4
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Fernandinho praises Manchester City spirit in comeback against Everton

Pep Guardiola feels echoes of last season for Manchester City after they draw with Everton.

MANCHESTER -- Fernandinho says Manchester City showed the sort of spirit that wins titles in their 1-1 Premier League draw with Everton on Monday night.

City trailed to a Wayne Rooney goal when Kyle Walker was controversially sent off shortly before half-time, but fought back to rescue a point with a Raheem Sterling volley.

Despite dropping two points, Fernandinho was proud of the character his teammates showed and says it bodes well for the season.

"It was a special night for the fans and the people...

Man City set to make second bid for West Brom's Jonny Evans - sources

Don Hutchison joins Layla Anna-Lee to explain why a move for Jonny Evans would be 'no bad thing' for Manchester City.
Pep Guardiola feels echoes of last season for Manchester City after they draw with Everton.

Manchester City are preparing an improved bid for West Brom defender Jonny Evans, sources close to both clubs have told ESPN FC.

City saw an £18 million bid for Evans rejected last week by West Brom with Pep Guardiola keen to bring in the Northern Ireland international to bolster his defensive options.

Sources have told ESPN FC that City are increasingly confident of landing Evans due to the player's desire to make the switch and West Brom boss Tony Pulis refusing to rule out a move after the...

Swansea close to signing Wilfried Bony from Manchester City - sources

Paul Clement feels Swansea must sign a few players to be competitive this season in the league after losing Sigurdsson.

Manchester City striker Wilfried Bony is closing in on a return to Swansea, sources close to the Welsh club have told ESPN FC.

Swansea are ready to push through a deal for Bony after receiving close to £45 million from the sale of Gylfi Sigurdsson to Everton.

Swansea are looking to strengthen their attacking options in the wake of Sigurdsson's departure and, having failed to score in their opening two Premier League games, are keen to secure a deal for Bony.

The Ivory Coast international is...

Lionel Messi's Barcelona clause could be activated - City's Pep Guardiola

Iniesta's comments about his Barca future makes ESPN FC's Paul Mariner question where the club will stand moving forward.
Alison Bender and Mark Ogden discuss whether Lionel Messi to Manchester City is likely to happen.

Pep Guardiola says a club could activate Barcelona star Lionel Messi's €300 million buyout clause -- but sources have told ESPN FC that it will not be Manchester City.

Barcelona announced in July that an agreement was in place for Messi to sign a new four-year deal, but he has still not put pen to paper, and former Blaugrana presidential candidate Agusti Benedito has told ESPN FC he would be surprised if he did so anytime soon.

However, Barca maintain that Messi will sign the extension despite...

City's Pep Guardiola on Kyle Walker's sending off: 'Next question, please'

Pep Guardiola says he won't discuss Kyle Walker's red card because he wants to manage Manchester City at Bournemouth.
English Premier League: Kyle Walker (44') Manchester City 0-1 Everton
Wayne Rooney opened the scoring with his 200th Prem goal, but Raheem Sterling earned City a share of the points with his late volley.
Wayne Rooney opened the scoring with his 200th Prem goal, but Raheem Sterling earned Man City a share of the points with his late volley.
Raheem Sterling felt Man City were hard done by Kyle Walker's red card, but was satisfied to bring his side level late on.

MANCHESTER -- Pep Guardiola refused to comment on Kyle Walker's controversial red card in Manchester City's 1-1 draw with Everton.

The £45 million summer signing was sent off in the 44th minute after appearing to back into Toffees defender Dominic Calvert-Lewin with his shoulder rather than raise an elbow.

Guardiola remonstrated with fourth official Michael Oliver as Walker walked off and appeared to sarcastically clap referee Bobby Madley after the final whistle.

But the City boss preferred...