Wolves vs Man City Live Score Premier League Highlights
Wolves vs Man City: live score, updates, highlights, and line-ups as Grealish and Holland strike before Collins sees red.
Erling Holland rewrote another chapter in the Premier League record books with his latest goal as Manchester City cruised to a 3-0 win over Wolves.
Jake Gresch was retained in the starting line-up at Molineux despite an underwhelming performance in City’s midweek Champions League win over Borussia Dortmund. The England playmaker immediately repaid Pep Guardiola’s faith by converting Kevin De Bruyne’s cross after 55 seconds.
Holland then became the first player in Premier League history to score in each of his first four away games, punishing the backpedaling Max Kilman by clipping a right-footed shot from outside the box into the bottom corner.
An X-rated lunge into Grealish’s stomach from Nathan Collins duly saw the Republic of Ireland defender depart, although Wolves held on with gusto after half-time despite the numerical disadvantage.
Thus, it came against the run of play when De Bruyne claimed his second assist of the afternoon, crossing for Foden to finish.
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Wolves vs. Man City: Premier League Time, TV Channel, Stream, and Betting Odds at Molineux.
Wolves vs Man City Live Score
WOL 0 0—
M 2 1 —
1st minute: MCI — Jack Grealish (Kevin De Bruyne)
MCI—Erling Holland (Bernardo Silva)—16th min.
Phil Foden (Kevin De Bruyne) for MCI in the 16th minute.
Wolves vs Man City Live Updates: Premier League Highlights
82nd minute: Semedo replaces Et Nori, who has been Wolves’ best attacker during the second half. Sergio Gomes heads Rodri for City, and Neto runs straight at him to win a corner. Ederson’s suggestions
Holland is almost on to a chipped Mahrez pass from the right wing but can’t quite control it.
79th minute: Neves turns a City corner into his net. Nunes clears the next one with very little kerfuffle.
77th minute: Grealish departs, makes way for Cole Palmer, and gets a kiss from the Molineux crowd after one of his best afternoons in a while.
Sa is out quickly to get onto a high ball before Mahrez, but those fresh legs look like bad news for the Wolves.
72nd min: a triple chance for the city. Gundogan, Alvarez, and Mahrez arrive as Foden, Foden, De Bruyne, and Silva go into cold storage.
68th minute: GOOOALLL!!! Food!!!!
That’s how it should be. A beautifully executed goal, very similar to City’s earlier one. Holland pulls down the right wing and sends a return pass around the corner for De Bruyne. The Belgian hasn’t had his best game, but this is his second assist as Foden put in a masterful performance.
In the 67th minute, Holland came deep to clear possession from a great Grealish. Sa saved his bouncing shot and Kilman got a brilliant block on Foden’s attempt on the rebound. They won’t be too desperate to get any credit for it as a goal kick is awarded.
Grealish gets cautioned for a late challenge on Nunes in the 66th minute. Neves is also given the dissent card. The Wolves are fired up and play admirably, but it doesn’t help.
Nunes plays the ball in from the right to cross for Podemos. A sliding Dias stops cleanly, and handball claims are rightly waved.
62nd minute: For what feels like the first time in the half, City is steadily gaining possession to get things out of the way. Grealish switches to De Bruyne, who wins a corner. The ball is worked on by cancello, which blasts well from the range.
59th minute: a big chance for Wolves but Geddes snatches it away and gets nothing like a clean touch on Et Nori’s cross.
58th minute: Nunes throws Pudins into the City box and it takes more than good defending from Akanji to clear it behind for a corner. The resulting complex delivery was ill-advised.
It’s rubbed off on City as De Bruyne coughs up a needless foul. The Wolves’ 10 men are playing with a lot of ambition and no small amount of invention.
54th minute: Grealish goes through a couple of challenges in the City half to release De Bruyne. Uncharacteristically, the Belgian misjudged the situation, letting Holland run offside and then slotting past Foden. Possession goes to Cancelo, but Foden can’t get on the end of his chipped cross.
52nd minute: Neto dances down the city left after a few challenges before Cancelo tackles him with the outside of his foot, which feels very on-brand. A corner in the thick of the six-yard box is dangerous, but the visitors have a clear view.
50th minute: Wolves still going for it, and why not? God checked Stones again and forced Rhodri to clear his ball into the box.
46th minute: We’re coming back. There was no change from either side, which is perhaps more surprising from Wolf’s side, given their condition. As you might expect, former City midfield enforcer Nigel de Jong has given his opinion on Grealish’s Collins challenge.
Half-time: Cancelo finds Holland, as he just did in midweek. This time, the City striker tried to control it to his chest instead of finishing taekwondo style and missed the opportunity. Perhaps wise, given Collins’ earlier hesitations with martial arts. It’s halftime, and it’s an entertaining game. To say that Wolves have done well apart from conceding two avoidable goals and gifting City a silly red card sounds absurd, but it’s also true.
45th minute +1: We’re three minutes into extra time. De Bruyne takes the ball onto his chest; it sits up invitingly, but he drags a shot wide of Sa’s right-hand post from 25 yards.
For those who are game over—you can’t just put a man in a breadbasket and walk away these days—Akanji just delivers a perfect “Sit yourself down!” Shoulder charge on Joni.
If the Wolves are going down here, they’re going down swinging (no, Nathan, they’re not-that’s not allowed either). Neto cuts are inside Stones and shoot just wide of Ederson’s near post.
Grealish is now being fired upon by the Wolves fans and being called rude names for…Check the note…Kung Fu kicks in the stomach. Magnificent
33rd minute: red card for Collins! Oh dear, oh, dear. It’s a daunting task for the rest of the Wolves players on the field. Grealish went to collect a bouncing ball from Cancelo on the left, and Collins-at best-misjudged it and planted his roots in the England international’s stomach. Grealish is having treatment, and the referee had no option. I’m afraid.
In the 28th minute, Silva finds Grealish, who curls over from 25 yards. Not a stellar effort by all accounts, but more evidence of some old swagger returning.
Portugal midfielder-barely a special feature, there were plenty of them today-blasts it over the bar.
25th minute: Akanji puts Geddes over, and it’s another easy free kick for Neves…
23rd min: Chances at both ends as Sa does well to stop Rodri’s drive before Guedes releases Neto to score. It is a shame about the chaos behind their lively front three.
22nd min: I guess Wolves will have to think outside the box to get back into it and Nato will try to give themselves a penalty there. Well, he went down in a heap with minimal attention from Akanji, then caught the ball on the floor in protest. Referee Anthony Taylor penalized him for handball.
21st min: Wave after wave of city attacks now. Sa headed home a Haaland cross but, after their good response to going 1-0 down, Wolves now look like a team with an afternoon potentially in store.
16th minute: GOOOAAAALLLL!!! Holland!!!!
So thanks go to the Wolves for pressing for parity. Holland finds space to drive into Wolff’s defense. Kilman at least shows him on his weaker foot, but Holland finishes anyway, clipping a right foot into the bottom corner.
15th minute: Foden makes a hash of a pass out of defense there and should have had Wolves’ chance, only for Podness to float his cross from the right for a goal kick. Well done everyone!
Moutinho clips the top of the wall in the 14th minute, and it’s a corner.
13th minute: Rodri is booked for fouling Nunes and is furious with Dias for selling him short and giving the ball away in a dangerous position. Neves and Moutinho will love his looks.
There’s some absorbing back-and-forth as Wolves try to claw their way back into the game, but City won’t necessarily mind, given the space open to the likes of Holland and De Bruyne. can
6th min: City is cutting through Wolves’ midfield. Foden looks to take out Holland, but he doesn’t get it all on his weaker right foot, and Collins can go behind. Stones also come at the end of this corner. Sa bundles the ball out of Rodri’s hands and into the net, but it’s a clear foul.
4th min: Easy response from Wolves. Pudens forces Ederson to turn a shot behind him at his near post. The stones rise to clear the corner.
First minute: Goodall! Greeley!!
Well, let’s get this going with your pre-narrative. Foden pulls in Et-Nori, finds the overlapping De Bruyne and the under-fire Grealish turns a doozy of a cross at the back post. As simple as you like.
Here come the teams, their manager, and Queen Elizabeth II come forward to pay their respects before the match.
On BT Sport’s coverage in the UK, Rio Ferdinand is just checking out Kevin De Bruyne’s form during City’s pre-match shooting exercises. That could prove to be an ominous sign for Wolves — De Bruyne scored four goals in a 5-1 win for City in this fixture four months ago.
35 minutes from kick-off: Calvin Phillips is not in the City squad, with word that the former Leeds midfielder has picked up another injury. It has been a disappointing start to life in Manchester for Phillips, and it will also be new for England boss Gareth Southgate ahead of the upcoming Nations League double-header against Italy and Germany.
This is the Wolves’ line-up. 55 mins from kick-off, Goncalo Guedes is alongside the unfortunate Sasa Kaladjzic, whose ACL injury prompted Costa’s arrival. Diego is nowhere to be seen on Match Day 18. Boohoo
Here’s the City team, 1 hour from kick-off. Whenever Grealish starts, Bernardo Silva, Phil Foden, and Ruben Dias recover as expected. Although Kyle Walker is fit enough to sit on the bench, John Stones will continue to fill in at right-back.
If he is chosen, former Aston Villa hero Jack Grealish will anticipate a fiery welcome back to the Midlands. City’s 1-0 defeat to Borussia Dortmund in midweek was Grealish’s first start since being substituted, with his teammates going on to win the Champions League game 2-1. We don’t need to tell you who the winner is.
“I know him and I’m more than happy with what he’s doing,” Guardiola said of Grealish, referring to the effects of an early-season knee injury and also claiming the England star could be linked with a move to Dortmund. He would have received more help from his colleagues. It’s only a matter of time before he regains the momentum he had at the start of the season. We were lucky that the injury wasn’t too bad. In the last game, he was the only forward to score offensive runs. against one. But to support them, his teammates weren’t in the box, so we left him isolated. “
Guardiola added: “When he went against the full-back, only Erling was there.” Gundo [Elke Gundogan] wasn’t there, Kevin [De Bruyne] wasn’t there, and he should have been there. In the first half, we didn’t get the breakthrough. “Movement to help the players who had the ball and make it easier”
1 hour 40 mins from kick-off: A few stats for you heading into today’s game at Molineux: Wolves’ Premier League games have seen a total of seven goals scored this season, with Bruno Lage’s side netting three. Erling Haaland has 13 goals in his past eight outings for Manchester City.
It’ll be fascinating to see how the unstoppable force/immovable object equation plays out. But the Wolves also have some new firepower of their own. Diego Costa signed on a free transfer with all his fantastic style.
2 hours from kick-off: Hello and welcome to Sporting News’ live coverage of Wolves v Manchester City in the Premier League.
Wolves vs Man City Lineups
Diego Costa joined Wolves on a free transfer following Sasa Kalajdzic’s ACL injury but did not feature in the matchday 18. Goncalo Goodes comes into the forward line.
Bruno Lodge’s side has conceded just once at home this season, although they are the division’s joint-lowest scorers with three goals.
Wolves line-up (4-3-3): Sa (GK) — Jonny, Collins, Kilman, Ait-Nouri — Moutinho, Neves, Nunes — Neto, Podence, Guedes.
Kyle Walker is back on the City bench after sitting out the Dortmund game, with John Stones continuing in the unfamiliar right-back position.
Bernardo Silva and Phil Foden came off the bench in midweek to improve City’s performance, with the rested Ruben Dias returning.
Man City line-up (4-3-3): Ederson (GK) — Stones, Akanji, Dias, Cancelo — De Bruyne, Rodri, Silva — Foden, Holland, Grisch.
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