Manchester City beat Wolverhampton 3-0 in the match that brought them together today at Molyneux Stadium, in the eighth round of the Premier League, so that City jumped to the top of the English Premier League table with 17 points, two points behind runner-up Arsenal.
Manchester City initiated the attacking side against Wolverhampton, and surrounded the Wolves players in front of the penalty area, and Jack Grealish managed to snatch the advance goal for the Citizens in the first minute.
In the 6th minute, Rodri scored the second goal for Man City, but it was canceled after a foul was awarded to the Wolverhampton goalkeeper.
Norwegian Erling Halland strengthened Manchester City’s lead with a second goal against Wolverhampton in the 16th minute of the first half.
Norwegian star Erling Haaland became the first player in the history of the Premier League to score in his first four away matches.
In the 33rd minute, Wolverhampton’s Nathan Collins received a red card directly after beating Jack Grealish, the Man City winger, to complete the match with 10 players.
In the second half, Manchester City continued to dominate the match, in light of the numerical shortage of Wolverhampton, the hosts.
In the 69th minute, Phil Foden scored the third goal for Manchester City against Wolverhampton, making the score 3-0 for the Citizens.
The match continued between Manchester City and Wolverhampton until the final whistle, with City winning 3-0 and snatching three valuable points from the match.
With this result, the Manchester City team jumps to the top of the Premier League standings, with 17 points, two points behind Arsenal, the runner-up with 15 points, while Wolverhampton’s balance freezes at point 6 in 16th place.