On red cards day Wolverhampton Stop Manchester City winning streak and draw 1-1
There was a slice of good fortune with Willy Boly’s goal on 57′, which clearly went in off the defender’s arm and should also have been disallowed for offside, but it was hard to begrudge Wolves that bit of luck on a day when they caused City plenty of problems with their counterattack.
Guardiola’s side dominated the ball as always – they had 79% of possession – but Wolves certainly could not be accused of parking the bus. They were prepared to commit players forward at the right time – the pace of Hélder Costa and Adama Traoré caused plenty of problems – and Wolves may even have snatched three points at the end, when Diogo Jota’s ferocious shot flashed inches over the bar.
Laporte put the game back to equalizer on 69′ with his first official goal with the Citizens , and the game ended 1-1
Meanwhile, today Arsenal made their first win on the season by beat West Ham 3-1 and put West Ham United in hard situation with there third loss in their games.
Arsenal 3 – 1 West Ham United
Nacho Monreal 30′,I. Diop (OG) 70′,Welbeck 90′ – Arnautović 25′
Other Games Results
Bournemouth 2 – 2 Everton
J. King (PG) 75′, N. Aké 79 – T. Walcott 56′ , M. Keane 66′
Huddersfield Town 0 – 0 Cardiff City
Southampton 1 – 2 Leicester City
R. Bertrand 52′ – D. Gray 56′, H. Maguire 90′
For the Saturday last game Mohamed Salah insures the win for Liverpool to be on the right track with 3 games and 3 win and 3 clean sheet
Liverpool 1-0 Brighton
Today was the red cards games for sure, as their was 4 red cards in 3 Games
Højbjerg 77′ – Red Card
A. Smith 61′- Red Card
Richarlison 41′ – Red Card
Hogg 63′ – Red Card