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  • Manchester City 4-3 Wolves: Tevez great-double, Zubar doubted goal

    Manchester City managed to resist the rise of Wolverhampton Wanderers in the final phase of the game. Finally, The Citizens were entitled to the 4-3 victory over Wolves, remarked with Carlos Tevez inspiring double.

    Competing in front of his own supporters in the City of Manchester Stadium on Saturday (01/15/2011), the City actually left earlier when a new game lasts 11 minutes.

    Nenad Milijas is carrying Wolves lead 1-0. Received a cross from the right, Milijas can kick off by goalkeeper Joe Hart. But throwing the ball poked Milijas again to become the first goal.

    Conceded one goal, the City seeks to rise. Their efforts to see the results in menti 41 when a cross from the left managed to convert a goal by Kolo Toure with a kick from the goal mouth. 1-1 score lasted until halftime.

    Three minute second-half run, the City reverse the situation. Carlos Tevez scored a beautiful goal by dribbling past four defenders and calmly strikes the skin round pass the goalkeeper Wayne Hennessesy.

    Just five minutes ago, the City keep the score finished 3-1. Newer striker Edin Dzeko breakthrough bait off the trim to Yaya Toure. The latter calmly scored with a kick measurable.

    City as will be easily crushed Wolves in minute 66 when Tevez scored his second goal and brought City 4-1 through a header welcomes feedback Pablo Zabaleta.

    But the Wolves did not give up easily. Two minutes later, they get a penalty after Kevin Doyle handed down Joleon Lescott in the penalty box. Doyle himself who executed successfully perform his job and was turned into a 2-4 score still make City.

    Wolves getting excited when the 86 minutes they could attenuate the score finished 3-4 again. Ronald Zubar header welcomed a corner kick into the goal despite expelled by Nigel De Jong. The referee claimed the ball had crossed the goal line and the goal was legitimate.

    In the remaining time available, Wolves increasingly eager to steal at least one number. But until the referee blew the long whistle sign the end of the game, still no goal is created and the City had won 4-3.

    Team Line-up:

    Manchester City: Hart, Zabaleta, Toure (Lescott 51), Kompany, Kolarov, De Jong, Barry, Adam Johnson (Silva 84), Toure Yaya, Tevez (Milner 82), Dzeko

    Wolverhampton: Hennessey, Zubar, Stearman, Berra, Ward (Mouyokolo 69), Hunt, Milijas, David Jones, Jarvis (Mujangi Bia 80), Doyle, Fletcher (Henry 69)


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