Manchester City's winning streak halted by Wolves
In a surprising turn of events, Manchester City's imperious start to the season encountered its first hiccup at the hands of Wolverhampton Wanderers. A match that began with an unfortunate own goal by Ruben Dias in the 13th minute gave Wolves the early advantage.
City's Response and Equalizer
Reeling from the unexpected setback, Manchester City, true to their style, began to assert their dominance on the ball and looked to penetrate the Wolves' defense. Their persistence paid off in the 58th minute when Julian Alvarez found the back of the net, bringing the game level and offering City a lifeline.
Wolves Regain the Lead
However, Wolves, known for their resilience, were not to be subdued for long. A mere 8 minutes after City's equalizer, Hwang Hee-Chan, with an assist from Cunha, placed the ball past the Manchester City goalkeeper, restoring the lead for Wolverhampton. The Molineux erupted in joy, sensing a potential end to City's perfect run.
The final whistle saw Wolverhampton Wanderers emerge victorious, handing Manchester City their first setback after six straight wins. It was a testament to Wolves' determination and a reminder of the unpredictability of the Premier League. For Manchester City, it's back to the drawing board as they seek to bounce back in their next fixture, while Wolves will be buoyed by this significant victory as they look ahead.