Manchester City beat Wolves 3-0 as Erling Haaland sends tally to 11 league goals

Manchester City travelled to Wolves in Saturday’s early kickoff in the English Premier League. The visitors won the game 3-0 against 10-men Wolves at Molineux Stadium. And while the score line remain a low key talk, it’s Erling Haaland that continues to make major headlines and causing a general disbelief.

There was a good news for Jack Grealish too who had been under some form of pressure ahead of this game following stagnation dip in form but his boss Pep Guardiola defended former Aston Villa man.

It took only a minute for the Grealish to put Manchester City ahead before Haaland doubled the lead 15′ minutes later following a one-sided City display.

Haaland’s strike today sends him to a tally of 11 league goals from seven games, and 14 from nine in all competitions, after scoring with robotic precision in a procession against Wolves.

The former Borussia Dortmund attacker has become the first Premier League player to score in his each of his first four away games.

Wolves were reduced to 10-men before the end of first half after Nathan Collins going in for wild kung fu kick on Grealish. Phil Foden wrapped the victory 69 minutes on the clock after the Englishman tapped home a Kevin de Bruyne low cross from the right.

City are now 22 league away games unbeaten.


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