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Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 - Manchester CITY 2 - Stats

Wolverhampton Wanderers
0 - 2
Manchester CITY

FA Barclays Premier League

Molineux

22/4/12

Attendance: 24,576

Referee: Lee Probert

Wolverhampton WanderersManchester CITY
Aguero 27′ , Nasri 74′
31 De Vries     25 Hart    
05 Stearman     04 Kompany    
11 Ward     05 Zabaleta    
21 Bassong     75' 06 Lescott    
32 Foley     22 Clichy    
04 Edwards     61' 18 Barry    
07 Kightly     19 Nasri     86'
08 Henry     21 Silva     59'
17 Jarvis     42 Y Toure    
26 Davis     16 Aguero    
10 Fletcher     77' 32 Tevez     75'
Substitutes
13 Ikeme     30 Pantilimon    
14 Johnson     13 Kolarov    
16 Berra     75' 28 K Toure     86'
23 Zubar     07 Milner    
20 Milijas     11 Johnson     75'
09 Ebanks-Blake     77' 34 De Jong     59'
29 Doyle     61' 10 Dzeko    
Game Statistics
7
Goal Attempts
18
4
On Target
9
7
Corners
4
39
%
61
Comments...
Johnny On The Spot: Well, well. Never say never said Joe Hart a couple of weeks back when every hack under the sun wrote Manchester City off. Roberto Mancini has cunningly repeated that the title race was finished across three straight wins that have realised 12 goals and shipped only 1...This has taken pressure off his players who have begun to play with freedom again and it has slowly eaten away at The Stretfords' mindset to the extent that they have lost belief and handed the title race initiative back to the resurgent Blues much to the certain chagrin of the rag biased London press pack this week...There was an anxiety about City today in what became eventually a routine win over a lumbering, relegated Wolves. Their Chairman was bang out of order televised enjoying a joke following City's second goal. Their loyal fans deserve better...Back to City and that anxiety was understandable considering the stunning news of another stuttering rag result beforehand. And it was the likes of Carlos Tevez and Gael Clichy's title chasing savvy that saw City through to set up the mother of all derby's in 8 days time...All the rag gloating we have taken is bordering upon implosion as a young, strong and fully fit City side prepare to welcome their ageing backbone within the city walls with many a score to settle. Bring it on!

Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Sunday April 22 2012
Time: 5:53PM

Comments

0
No team spirit. Mercenaries bottled it. And so on. All the stereotypes and cliché blowing up in the faces of haters. Haha. We'll fight till the end!
StuMCFC
22/04/2012 18:06:00
0
Nice to have things back in our own hands. Just wish we'd taken a few more of the numerous chances that came our way today.
fifthcolumnblue
22/04/2012 18:06:00
0
GET IN! Great day to be a City fan. Well everyday is, but today was particularly enjoyable. Commiserations to Wolves on their relegation and a huge doff of the cap to Everton for proving that Utd can be attacked at Old Toilet - just depends on whether your team has the balls to do it or not.
rojo2010
22/04/2012 18:16:00
0
Pick the bones from that McQueen! Loser.
RobsonGreensleeves
23/04/2012 02:02:00
0
What do you reckon Gordon McQueen will do with his "MANURE 20" t-shirt now?
fifthcolumnblue
23/04/2012 08:03:00
0
What do you reckon Gordon McQueen will do with his "MANURE 20" t-shirt now?
fifthcolumnblue
23/04/2012 08:03:00
0
Did him a favour. It was always going to be a bit on the snug side.
RobsonGreensleeves
23/04/2012 10:58:00
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