Full time: Everton 2-1 Manchester City

Romelu Lukaku's winner gives Everton a valuable first leg win at Goodison Park.


Everton are now trying to hold onto the ball and run the clock down. They are almost there.


City are making their last change. Kevin de Bruyne coming off for... Fernando? Eh?


Four minutes of time added on at Goodison Park.


Coleman is down and after receiving a bit of treatment, hobbles off the pitch. Roberto Martinez, with no subs left, isn't taking any chances.


Toure wins the argument but his curling effort doesn't beat the Everton wall and the home side clear.


City have a free kick about 25 yards out from goal. Toure and De Bruyne stand over it.


That goal has come at a price for Lukaku. He was hobbling before that Everton attack began and he is unable to continue after it with Arouna Kone onto replace him for the final 10 minutes.


Everton are ahead! Again! Baines slips a pass out to Barry on the left who clips a wonderful ball into the six yard area where Lukaku has sprung clear of both Otamendi and Demichelis to power a header home from close range.


Goal! Everton 2-1 Manchester City (Romelu Lukaku, 78)


City are level! From that Everton corner, Toure clears to Fernandinho who threads one upfield for Aguero. The Argentine waits and waits for Navas to pop up on his left as he approaches goal and times the pass perfectly, teeing up the Spaniard to fire across goal and into the far corner.


Goal! Everton 1-1 Manchester City (Jesus Navas, 75)


De Bruyne hammers a free kick into the wall, allowing Everton to break and win a corner for themselves.


Brilliant save from Robles! De Bruyne plays the ball to Aguero on the edge of the D who plays it back to the Belgian with his first touch. He curls one for the far corner but the Everton goalkeeper is down quickly to palm it around the post.


Another change for Everton, Deulofeu is off to be replaced by Kevin Mirallas.


Fernandinho meets a short corner from City but he heads it into the ground, taking the pace off it and allowing Robles to make a comfortable save.


Barkley leaves Toure on his backside and prods the ball through Demichelis' en route to breaking into the box and is unlucky to see the ball come back off him after Caballero came rushing out of goal to block him.


Delph, who was booked moments ago for another late challenge, is off, with Jesus Navas coming onto replace him.


Lukaku inches from a second! Barkley whips in a low cross from the left which whizzes across the face of goal, past the striker's studs and out. Had he got a toe on it, City would be right to be unhappy about it, Lukaku was offside again.


By the way, Mangala has not come out for the second half, he;s been replaced by Martín Demichelis. I didn't think the Frenchman had done too much wrong in that first half.


He fired over the bar, anyway. Let's move on.


Again, Deulofeu takes a second too long lifting a ball into Lukaku who is offside when he receives it.


30 seconds in Delph takes it upon himself to come crashing through Deulofeu, who he feels is being a bit too fancy on the ball for his liking. The City midfielder manages to avoid a booking, however.


And City get us underway for the second half.