Wolverhampton Wanderers fought back from two goals down to beat the ten men of Manchester City on Friday evening in a thrilling encounter at Molineux that all but ended the Premier League holders' title defence.
City goalkeeper Ederson was shown a red card after just 12 minutes, but the visitors soon moved into the lead through Raheem Sterling. The Englishman doubled his side's lead five minutes into the second half to put them firmly in the driving seat.
However, an outstanding second half display saw Wolves fight back, with Raul Jimenez scoring the equaliser eight minutes from time. Nuno Espirito Santo's men went on to grab all three points, with Matt Doherty scoring an 89th-minute winner.
An incredible way to close out the decade at Molineux.— Wolves (@Wolves) December 28, 2019
This was City's fifth defeat of the season, with the team now 14 points behind runaway leaders Liverpool, who also have a game in hand.
While the Sky Blues were forced to play with ten men for the majority of the game, it was a hugely impressive display by Wolves to come back from two goals down to take all three points.
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Of course, the result means Nuno's men have won both clashes against the Citizens in the Premier League in 2019/20, having taken all three points at the Etihad Stadium earlier in the season.