Leon Osman's stunning first-half goal set 10-man Everton on the way to an impressive 2-0 win over champions Manchester City in a contentious encounter at Goodison Park.City boss Roberto Mancini was too angry to speak after the game and first-team coach David Platt was disappointed with the decision which denied the visitors a penalty. Platt said: "From where I was live, he's given the handball and I don't know if it's inside the area or not, but you've just replayed it and it's not even on the line of the area, he's three yards off it." Everton manager David Moyes was delighted with his team's performance, but was also left aggrieved by referee Probert. Moyes commented: "I thought we played really well in the first half. I thought we had a goal wrongly disallowed, I think there was a penalty kick and I don't think it's a sending off."