Wolverhampton Wanderers stunned Manchester City with a 2-1 victory at Molineux on Saturday afternoon, thanks to goals from Ruben Dias (own goal) and Hee-chan Hwang.

City pulled a goal back through a stunning free kick from Julian Alvarez, but it was not enough to save the game.

The result sees City drop to second in the Premier League table, two points behind leaders Arsenal.

Analysis

Wolves were the better team in the first half and deserved their lead. Wolves were well-organized in defense and took their chances when they came.

City improved in the second half, but they were unable to find an equalizer. Wolves defended well and held on for the victory.

Conclusion

Wolverhampton Wanderers stunned Manchester City with a 2-1 victory at Molineux on Saturday afternoon, thanks to goals from Ruben Dias (own goal) and Hee-chan Hwang. City pulled a goal back through a stunning free kick from Julian Alvarez, but it was not enough to save the game. The result sees City drop to second in the Premier League table, two points behind leaders Arsenal.

Wolves manager Julen Lopetegui was delighted with his team's performance.

"We played a very good game today," he said. "We were organized and disciplined, and we took our chances. I am very proud of my players."

City manager Pep Guardiola was disappointed with his team's performance.

"We were not good enough today," he said. "We did not create enough chances, and we conceded two soft goals. We need to improve."

The result is a major upset, as City were the clear favorites to win the match. Wolves' victory will give them a lot of confidence, and it will be interesting to see if they can maintain their form in the coming weeks.

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