Wolverhampton Wanderers down Manchester City in magnificent comeback

Wolverhampton Wanderers down Manchester City in magnificent comeback

The Wolverhampton Wanderers beat Manchester City 3-2 at Molineux. The game was fraught with ups and downs with upsets for both sides.

Briefly.co.za learned that City keeper Ederson was red-carded in the 12th minute diminishing the City team down to 10 but shortly afterwards they scored a goal after being awarded a penalty making it 0-1 to City.

The visitors scored again in the 25th minute advancing their lead and left the field for half time with their heads high while the Wolves had to dig deep in the second half to avoid a whitewash.

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In the second half, the Wolves scored in the 55th minute with a goal by Traore, 20 yards out.

The Wolves equalised in the 83rd minute with another goal opening up the game with minutes to spare according to the expressandstar.com.

Unbelievably, in the 90th minute, Doherty decided the match with a goal for the Wolves. The game was nailbiting stuff and filled with drama.

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The 31,737 spectators got their monies worth and Wolves sent warning shots through the Premier Soccer League with their fantastic win.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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