Haaland was once again nowhere to be found as Wolves who are fighting relegation beat the Premier League Holders.
Pep Guardiola will certainly not forget the name of Hwang Hee-chan again after the successful boss called him “the Korean guy”
Nathan Aké and Reuben Diaz made costly mistakes in the defence and the Wolves were not waiting around. They scored two goals, canceling Alvarez’s equalizer.
Wolves: Sa (7), Kilman (8), Dawson (8), Toti (8), Semedo (7), Lemina (7), Gomes (7), Ait-Nouri (7), Neto (8), Cunha (7), Hwang (7).
Subs: Traore (6), Doherty (6), Silva (n/a), Jonny (n/a).
Man City: Ederson (6), Walker (6), Dias (6), Akanji (7), Ake (5), Nunes (6), Kovacic (6), Foden (6), Alvarez (7), Doku (7), Haaland (5).
Subs: Bobb (6), Phillips (6), Grealish (n/a).
Player of the match: Pedro Neto
“Congratulations Wolves, they defended really well,” said Guardiola. “We could not break through but it’s difficult because there’s 10 players there.
“We did not defend properly. We can do more but even in the games we win we can do more.
“When you win four Carabaos in a row and five Premier Leagues in six years, this is not complacency. It’s a football game and your opponent can beat you.”