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  • Manchester City 3-1 Wolves: Johnson superb-strike, Kompany sent-off

    Playing with ten men since the 75th minute, Manchester City are able to maintain the advantage until finally a 3-1 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League match at Etihad Stadium on Saturday (29/10/2011).

    City actually having trouble early on, due to the visitors' defensive game and the performance of goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey. However, the difficulty was solved, it is precisely because "aid" Hennesey, so the first two goals without reply.

    Edin Dzeko created the first goal at minute 52. Hennessey started the business goals of the ball, which is about Sergio Aguero. Dzeko then controlled the ball and fired accurately into the goal that is not guarded.

    City and then to increase the advantage with a goal by Aleksandar Kolarov in the 67th minute. From the middle of the penalty box, he broke into a ball gag harness Wolves goalkeeper David Silva shot of Hennessey blocked.

    Wolves then cut the difference by Stephen Hunt scored from the spot in the 75th minute. Assess the referee awarded a penalty after Kevin Doyle violation Vincent Kompany. For breach of that too, Kompany receives a red card.

    However, in injury time, the City restored the two goal advantage, thanks to goals from Adam Johnson. Having mastered the bait Yaya Toure outside the penalty box, he fired a shot that lodged in the lower right corner of Wolves goalkeeper.

    During the game, City had the ball as much as 51 percent and created seven of the 19 golden business opportunities. As for the visitors five shots off dribble from 13 experiments.

    With these results, the City controls the standings with 28 points, or five points ahead of nearest rivals Manchester United. For the Wolves, this defeat made them go down to the rank of the 17th with eight points, or only on goal difference from the relegation zone.

    Team Line-up:

    Manchester City: Joe Hart; Joleon Lescott, Vincent Kompany, Aleksandar Kolarov, Micah Richards; Gareth Barry, Yaya Toure, David Silva, Samir Nasri (Mario Balotelli 71); Edin Dzeko (Adam Johnson 63), Sergio Aguero (Stefan Savic 76)

    Wolves: Wayne Hennessey; Christophe Berra, Roger Johnson, Stephen Ward, Richard Stearman; Karl Henry, Jamie O'Hara, Adlene Guedioura (Sylvan Ebanks-Blake 85), Stephen Hunt (Matthew Jarvis 85), David Edwards (Adam Hammill 67) ; Kevin Doyle


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