In the final stretch of the Premier League, Manchester City secured an important away victory against Everton, winning 3-0 in the 35th round of the league. With this win, Pep Guardiola’s team opened up a four-point lead over Arsenal in the title race. The goals were scored by Foden, Mahrez, and Bernardo Silva. Manchester City remains in first place with 80 points, while Arsenal stays in second with 76 points.
The main highlight of the game was Gundogan, the midfielder who completed 300 games with Manchester City and scored two goals in the win against Everton, being chosen as the best player of the match. He explained that he took advantage of an error by the opposing defense, which was focused on Haaland, to score his first goal. Gundogan emphasized the importance of playing with an experienced team and competing with little margin for error in this final phase of the season. With his two goals, he reached a total of 58 goals for the club since 2016, with nine goals this season and ten in 2021/22. His most prolific season was in 2020/21, with 17 goals in 46 games.