Wolves 1-1 Manchester City: Nuno's side earn credible point against reigning champions
Playing five Portuguese players in the starting lineup for a third week in a row, Wolves battled to a draw against a Manchester City side possessing Portuguese international Bernardo Silva.
Rui Patricio played a crucial role defensively for Wolves, pulling off a couple of excellent saves to ensure Wolves stayed in the game, most notably a fingertip save from a Raheem Sterling long-shot.
Summer signing Moutinho also showed great class in the middle of the park, spraying the ball about with the confidence we have become accustomed to seeing, and picked up an assist for Wolves, crossing in to find ex-Porto centreback Willy Boly who bundled the ball home.
City's equaliser came courtesy of their own centreback, Laporte, whose header was thumped beyond Patricio's outstretched hand.
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