Manchester City won 4-1 against Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League’s 29th round, making it Pep Guardiola’s team’s 21st victory in a row.

Manchester City should have taken a two-goal lead just before the break. Goals were scored by John Stones and Ruben Dias in the match against West Ham, but it should have been Aymeric Laporte this time. Still, the hosts should be happy with how the first half went, as they didn’t allow their opponents to take a single shot.

In the second half, Manchester City’s dominance continued. For a long time, the visitors were unable to execute a concerted operation, but when the opportunity arose, they enthusiastically took advantage of it. Conor McGregor scored after a free-kick from Joao Moutinho was deflected home.

In the second half, Manchester City’s dominance continued. For a long time, the visitors were unable to execute a concerted operation, but when the opportunity arose, they enthusiastically took advantage of it. Conor Coady’s superb slap shot beat Ederson after Joao Moutinho’s free-kick was deflected in.

Pep Guardiola’s squad began to make amends for their defeat. After a great save from Mahrez, Gabriel Jesus squandered a great opportunity, and Sterling’s heel shot was the off goal.

After being played in by Kyle Walker, Gabriel Jesus took advantage of a mix-up in the opponents’ penalty area to give the People what they desired.

In the final minutes of the game, Wolverhampton’s defensive lapses continued, and a comfortable City side went on to score two more goals.
First, Mahrez hit a strong, flat shot, and Gabriel Jesus decided the match’s outcome.

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