This was a game of contentious decisions by the official. Few sides can lay claim to having beaten Man City home and away in the league under Pep. Wolves is one of them so this was bound to be a tough assignment for the Cityzens. Wolves showed defensive discipline which made a mockery of their league position against Liverpool last week, the same continued here. Conor Coady and Co were brilliant despite playing with 10 men for the second half. Let’s look at the Jimenez sending off. How silky and I’ll disciplined can a striker get. Just stand 10 yards away from the free kick, it was in an innocuous part of the pitch anyway. Fully deserved dismissal can have bi complaints. Before the contentious penalty that win this match for City, there was a clearer hand ball that the ref missed just before half time when a wolves player clearly cut a cross with the arm. Ref Moss would try to correct that error by making an even graver error giving the spot kick to City for an alleged hand ball by Joao Moutinho. From my end that was clearly

clearly armpit than arm. VAR missed it for all the hype surrounding it. Sterling scored game finished. On to the bright stuff, City were great as usual in attack. Bernardo Silva as per usual with Cancelo trying from distance in the first half. The loss of Mexican striker Jimenez meant that Wolves’ best attacking threat was not around so winning chances were greatly reduced. Bruno Lage’s side are struggling for goals with him let alone without him.