After putting up consistent and resilient performance in the second half, Wolverhampton Wanderers went ahead to beat Ten-man Manchester City 3-2, on Friday night.

The second half was a dramatic one as Wolves took advantage of the red card that was issued to City’s Ederson, by mounting pressure on Pep Guardiola’s men at Molineux

For a while, Raheem Sterling came to the rescue for City, scoring two goals in the 25th and 50th minute, after Ederson’s early red card.

In form Adama Traore did not only displayed an outstanding performance in the match, but scored for Wolves in the 55 th minute and was instrumental to Raul Jimenez  equaliser before Matt Doherty’s late winner.

Another interesting part of the match was the VAR decisions that were made when Raheem Sterling took his penalty twice: the first one was disallowed, which he did not score, the second a rebound, which he later scored.

Wolves now maintain the fifth position on the Premier League table, while City stay third behind Leicester and remain 14 points clear from Liverpool.