Man City Vs Wolves: Sterling penalty earns City win over 10-man Wolves

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Today  Manchester City beat 10-man Wolves 1-0 thanks to Raheem Sterling’s second-half penalty, giving them their sixth Premier League win in a row and keeping them atop the table.

Last weekend, City climbed to the top of the table for the first time this season, and they made the most of their opportunity to play before Liverpool and Chelsea on Saturday, winning a hard-fought – if somewhat controversial – match at the Etihad Stadium.

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When referee Jonathan Moss ruled that Bernardo Silva’s cross had hit Joao Moutinho on the arm, Sterling was given the chance to convert the resulting penalty with 66 minutes remaining, giving him his 100th Premier League goal, which was enough to give Wolves a slender victory.

Wolves were only defeated by a last-gasp goal in last week’s loss to Liverpool, and they held City at bay in the first half, with only two attempts on goal.

Man City Vs Wolves ( 1–0 )

When Jimenez was booked for a foul on Rodri and then penalized almost immediately for failing to retreat when the free-kick was taken, the visitors were reduced to ten men.

Conor Coady saved a header from Ilkay Gundogan, and City’s pressure paid off when Sterling calmly converted the game-winning penalty, which Wolves’ players argued should never have been awarded because Silva’s cross appeared to hit Moutinho on the armpit rather than his arm.

Wolves struggled to pose a sustained threat at the other end, going a fourth game without scoring. Jack Grealish blasted over a great opportunity shortly after, while Silva and Sterling both had attempts saved by Jose Sa, but Wolves struggled to pose a sustained threat at the other end.



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