Kayky registered his first goal for the Club but Manchester City’s Elite Development Squad fell to a 3-2 defeat away to Everton in our newest Premier League 2 conflict.
The Brazilian winger opened the scoring simply earlier than the half-hour mark, but we had been pegged again by Tom Cannon’s goal simply earlier than half-time.
An personal goal from Cieran Slicker and a strike from Charlies Whitaker gave the hosts the benefit, and though there was a late personal goal from Everton’s Ryan Astley, it proved to be a comfort.
City got an opportunity to take the lead with simply two minutes gone when referee Adam Herczeg awarded Brian Barry-Murphy’s facet a spot-kick, but James McAtee could not convert.
We managed to regulate possession throughout the early levels, crafting extra possibilities than our Merseyside opponents, and we took the lead simply earlier than the half-hour mark because of Kayky’s first goal since becoming a member of City.
However, with simply two minutes remaining of the first half, the Toffees equalised by Cannon, seeing the edges go in stage on the break.
Into the second half, we had been unable to capitalise on our possession and Everton took the lead by an unlucky personal goal from Slicker.
And simply earlier than the eightieth minute, Everton prolonged their benefit when substitutes Rhys Hughes and Whitaker mixed for the latter to attain.
City pulled a goal again late on by an personal goal from Everton captain Astley, but we could not discover an equaliser, seeing us depart Merseyside empty-handed.
HOW WE LINED UP
Cieran Slicker was chosen as City’s shot-stopper, and was protected by a again line of CJ Egan-Riley, Finley Burns, Luke Mbete and Josh Wilson-Esbrand.
Romeo Lavia and Shea Charles made up a midfield two, sitting behind a extra attacking trio of Kayky, McAtee and Oscar Bobb with Nico O’Reilly up high.
WHAT IT MEANS
Arsenal’s draw with Leicester City sees the Gunners lengthen their benefit over us to 2 factors.
We stay second within the league on the time of writing, but West Ham may overtake us ought to they beat Liverpool.
With the worldwide break upon us, quite a few our gamers will be part of up with their respective nationwide groups, with Cole Palmer, Joshua Wilson-Esbrand, James McAtee and Rico Lewis known as as much as England’s Under-21, Under-20 and Under-18s respectively.
The Elite Development Squad will return to an away fixture to West Ham United on Saturday 20 November.
Kick-off will probably be at 13:00 (UK).