City picked up their first win on the road since lifting the Championship trophy on May 5th.

As soon as the team news came out, you knew that City were going to play counter attacking football. Both Trybull and Tettey were in the team whilst centre midfielder McLean played further up the pitch.

That was certainly the case in the first thirty minutes. City looked dangerous on the counter whilst Everton had the bulk of the possession.

Then, City grew into the game and ended the half the better team but couldn’t capitalise with a goal.

The break through came on the fifty fourth minute through Todd Cantwell. Pukki slid the through to Cantwell who cooly slotted home. City were ahead away from home for the first time this season.

Before City got their second, the inevitable happened. Wave after wave of attacks came against the Canaries previously weak defence. Just like Norwich couldn’t score when they were on top, Everton couldn’t score when they had the opportunity late in the game.

For City’s second, Buendia luckily found Srbeny who could have gone down but he stayed in his feet and slid the ball past Pickford.

Here are our player ratings for City’s first win since Manchester City.