Highlights : Manchester City 3 – 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers (Premier League)

Manchester City 3 – 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers Football  Highlights  
(English Premier League 
Venue : Ethiad Stadium

    Key Moments Recap : 
    10″⚽: And then in an instant, City take the lead.
    Patient build-up at the back leads to Aymeric Laporte seeing the run of Leroy Sane down the left as he cuts a brilliant pass between centre-back and wing-back down the left, and the German’s low cross is tapped in at the far post by Gabriel Jesus. City are up and running.
    19″ 🔴 Straight Red : Wolves find themselves a goal and now a man down as Willy Boly is shown a straight red card.
    It was reckless and the studs were showing as he catches Bernardo Silva. After a brief pause, referee Pawson brandishes the red.
    Thankfully, Silva looks like he’ll be OK to continue but it was a nasty challenge deserving of a red.
    ⚽78“ :It has felt like only a matter of time before De Bruyne was going to be involved in a third Manchester City goal as the corner is taken short to the Belgian.
    His whipped cross takes at least one deflection off the head of a Wolves player with Romain Saiss and Conor Coady both appearing to get purchase on it before the ball nestles in the bottom corner. City deservedly stretch their lead.

    Goals (3-0) And Cards
    ⚽10′ Gabriel Jesus 1 – 0
    🌕13′ Fernandinho
    🔴19′ Willy Boly
    ⚽39′ Gabriel Jesus (pen.) 2 – 0
    ⚽78′ Conor Coady (o.g.) 3 – 0

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    Player Ratings

    Manchester City   Ederson 6, Walker 6, Stones 6, Laporte 7, Danilo 6, Fernandinho 6, Silva 5, Bernardo 6, Sterling 6, Jesus 7, Sane 6. Subs: De Bruyne 6, Gundogan 6, Aguero 6.
    WolWolverhamp Wanderers   : Patricio 6, Bennett 5, Coady 6, Boly 5, Doherty 5, Dendoncker 5, Moutinho 5, Neves 5, Jonny 5, Jota 5, Jimenez 5. Subs: Traore 6,
    Gibbs-White 6, Saiss 6.

    Man Of The Match : Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City) 

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    • Manchester City have lost just one of their last 15 Premier League games at the Etihad (W13 D1 L1), a 2-3 defeat against Crystal Palace in December.
    • Wolves have lost eight of their last nine top-flight games played on Monday (W1), including all four such games in the Premier League.
    • Man City are unbeaten in their last 35 Premier League games at the Etihad against promoted sides (W31 D4), since a 0-2 defeat against Reading back in February 2007.
    • Manchester City have lost none of the 20 Premier League games in which Gabriel Jesus has scored (W19 D1), winning each of the last 17.

    Other Football Highlights 

    Nuno Espírito Santo 

    “I never did it, thinking how far we can go, or what we can achieve,” Nuno insists. “It doesn’t make sense changing our approach now. It’s day by day.
    “There is no doubt what moves the club. It is the team, so this is what I must be really focused on, not thinking about anything else and not thinking about the future. Knowing that, if we can maintain the same levels of discipline, commitment and focus, 2019 can be good. So let’s go for it.”

    Pep Guardiola 

    “We realised in the first game how complicated they would be,” he said.“They are strong physically, make good runs in counter-attack. They defend well and deep, they control many areas.“That is why they are doing incredibly well in the Premier League.”

    Stats Ahead Of Game 

    • Manchester City have won five of their last six home top-flight meetings with Wolves (D1), since a 2-3 defeat in December 1979.
    • Wolves have picked up one win in their last 10 matches with Man City in all competitions (D3 L6), a 2-1 win at Molineux in the Premier League in October 2010.
    • Manchester City are unbeaten in their last 34 home Premier League games against newly promoted sides (W30 D4) since a 0-2 defeat to Reading in February 2007 under Stuart Pearce.
    • Manchester City haven’t kept a clean sheet in any of their last six Premier League home games, their longest run without one at the Etihad since a run of eight ending in December 2015.
    • Manchester City have scored at least twice in each of their last 12 Premier League home games. Only four teams have ever had a longer such run, most recently Man City themselves between September 2017 and February 2018 (13).
    • Wolves have lost seven of their last eight top-flight games played on Monday (W1), including all three such games in the Premier League.
    • Wolves have won nine points from their seven games against ‘big six’ sides this season (W2 D3 L2), more than any other side outside of those six clubs.
    • Wolves are one of only two clubs in Pep Guardiola’s managerial career he has faced more than once but never beaten (P2 W0 D2 L0), along with Celtic.

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