Man City held to 1-1 draw by Everton in EPL
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City upped the tempo at the start of the second half but again it took time before the chances came, aside from a shot from Tevez which was blocked by Phil Jagielka.
While Tevez also headed over, it was not until just after the hour that City seriously threatened again as Maicon burst down the field and forced Howard to parry a powerful 18-yard drive.
City decided to freshen up their attack by sending on Sergio Aguero, but the crowd wasn't happy that it was Tevez he replaced and boos rang around the ground.
The game became scrappy as Everton's hard-working defense did their best to repel City's threat.
Mario Balotelli replaced Dzeko and did inject some energy into the side, but sent his best effort wide.
Everton went close in stoppage time through Jelavic's free kick that Hart saved.
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