WATCH: Phil Foden FIRED long-range equalizer for Manchester City against Everton

Phil Foden had a stellar display against Everton!

WATCH: Phil Foden FIRED long-range equalizer for Manchester City against Everton

Phil Foden's stunning strike against Everton. (Source: Screenshot from video by Manchester City)

During Manchester City‘s closely contested game against Merseyside Blues Everton, Phil Foden stepped up in the second half and showcased a world-class display. The team was trailing 1-0 at half-time and came back as a completely different side in the second half.


Phil Foden was not spared the opportunity when it rose in his favor as he collected a ball from Bernardo Silva from outside the box. He then took one touch to set himself up before striking it beautifully past Jordan Pickford in the bottom right corner.

Manchester City scored a couple more goals from Julian Alvarez and Bernardo Silva to secure a comeback win against Everton. Alvarez converted a penalty while Silva capitalized on a loose ball that Pickford gave straight in his legs.

Phil Foden received the Man of the Match award for his performance in the game, as he controlled the tempo of the play from the midfield. Fulfilling extra shifts during Kevin De Bruyne‘s absence in the midfield, Foden has been scoring clutch goals for his side constantly and rising to the occasions whenever his team needs him as one of the best youngsters in the world.


Here’s what Pep Guardiola said during half-time to initiate Manchester City’s comeback over Everton

Pep Guardiola‘s halftime inspiration and a rallying call based on the world champions badge spurred Manchester City to a remarkable comeback against Everton. Trailing after Jack Harrison‘s goal, Guardiola reminded his players of their status as world champions, urging them to believe in themselves and their capabilities.

(L) Pep Guardiola celebrating City's comeback (R) Foden and Alvarez
(L) Pep Guardiola celebrating City’s comeback (R) Foden and Alvarez. (Source: News24/ Goal)

Phil Foden, who equalized with a powerful low strike, highlighted the manager’s emphasis on self-belief, stating that City played exceptionally well in the first half. The team’s dominant second-half performance, featuring goals from Julian Alvarez and Bernardo Silva, secured a 3-1 victory, breaking a challenging streak of one win in seven Premier League games.

City’s triumph at Goodison Park, a historically challenging venue, sets the stage for their upcoming clash against Sheffield United as they aim to sustain momentum and apply pressure on title rivals Liverpool and Arsenal in the Premier League race.

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