Man City and Everton played out a feisty draw in the first Monday night game of the new Premier League season.
Manchester City v Everton
TV: Sky Sports Premier League
Both Manchester City and Everton will look to continue their winning starts to this season as Monday Night Football returns to the Premier League at the Etihad.
Brighton & Hove Albion hosted one of the hot favourites for the Premier League title; Manchester City, as the newly promoted side made their debut in the 5.30pm late kick-off.
A sell-out crowd is expected at the AMEX for Brighton’s first Premier League fixture. Over 30,000 Seagulls fans are set to watch Brighton kick off against 2014 champions Man City, the game being 2017/18’s first Saturday late kick-off, shown live on BT Sport 1.
Pep Guardiola joined Manchester City last summer with one of the best managerial records in History. He’d won the league in all but one of his seasons in charge of Barcelona B, Barcelona and Bayern Munich (coming second in La Liga 2011-12 to Jose Mourinho’s Real Madrid) and fans and pundits alike backed him to lead City to their first title since 2014.
Premier League clubs have been on a colossal spending spree already this Summer as we move into July and officially commence the Premier League transfer window.
Three seasons ago, Joe Hart was being lauded as a future England captain and being bracketed with Manuel Neuer and Gianluigi Buffon as some of the greatest keepers in the world.