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    FT: Man City 3-0 Wolves

    Manchester City

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, speaking to BBC Sport: "They defend deep with 10 men so it is not easy even with one more player. We have to be more aggressive to put the ball in the box. Kevin [de Bruyne] came on and crossed the ball 10 times. That is the way we have to play [in that situation]. If it is pass, pass, pass it is more difficult.

    On Gabriel Jesus' form: "It is important for the striker [to score goals]. The first goal was an incredible pass from Laporte and movement from Leroy."

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    Miss any of tonight's game?

    Have a read of Chris Bevan's match report here.

    Man City celebrate
  3. 'He deserves all my respect'

    FT: Man City 3-0 Wolves

    Manchester City

    More from Pep Guardiola's interview with Sky Sports.

    On Jesus' performance, he said: "Everybody wants to do their best but it is important for a striker to score goals and he has got six in the last two matches.

    "When you have a league campaign, you can drop points. We have incredible numbers so far but we can do even better. Of course we weren't in our excellent moments against Leicester and Crystal Palace but it is normal, and we came back in the games after by creating chances and conceding few."

    On David Silva's record number of league appearances:"No words. To get these kind of numbers you have to have an incredible mentality and be consistent so he deserves all my respect because it is not easy"

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    Manchester City

    Speaking to Sky Sports, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said: "We have played a lot of time with ten against 11 and we should be more aggressive in our attacking play, but we have a lot of matches in our minds and our legs. We were solid and didn't give away many chances so it is three points to keep the pressure on the team at the top of the table.

    "Most teams come here and defend deep and it is not easy, but we did it well and we got a third to take us closer to Liverpool."

  5. 'The penalty was soft'

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    Wolves defender Conor Coady told Sky Sports: "We knew it is always going to be difficult coming here. We are disappointed with conceding the first goal like we did, but to go down to ten was so disappointing for us. I thought the penalty was soft, and to come here with 11 was hard, but ten makes it even harder.

    "We said at half time not to concede anymore but then they score with the cross and those things go for you when you're top of the league. I thought we defended well in the second half and the next two games are huge. We have to be ready for Leicester next week."

  6. 'Aguero helps me a lot'

    FT: Man City 3-0 Wolves

    Manchester City

    Manchester City goal scorer Gabriel Jesus, speaking to Sky Sports: "I know Sergio Aguero is an amazing player and helps me a lot. When Sergio plays he helps the team and when I play I want to help as well."

    "I play better now and to score goals is important to me because I am a striker.

    How's the head after bumping into the post? "I am good. A little pain here on the side - it can be dangerous on the head but I am good."

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    FT: Man City 3-0 Wolves

    Wolves may not have had a shot on target but they deserve praise for their defensive efforts tonight.

    They played 71 minutes with 10 men.

    Other teams could have conceded more against Manchester City in that situation.

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    FT: Man City 3-0 Wolves

    Wolves failed to land a single shot on target tonight.

    It was the first time they have failed to do so in a Premier League game since May 2012 against Everton.

  9. 'You do not make a game plan with ten men'

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    Speaking to Match of the Day, Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo said: "Not only the red card changed the game, but the way we conceded with a long pass. The red card makes the task much harder. You know it is difficult to stop them but you try to avoid certain situations and it was a 30-yard pass so we must improve. But you do not make a game plan with one less man.

    "You have to stay in the game and work yourself to the end, and my boys did that so we must look ahead and the next challenge is at home now."

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    Gabriel Jesus scored two of City's goals tonight.

    He now has 12 goals in his last eight appearances for Man City in all competitions at the Etihad Stadium.

    Gabriel Jesus
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    Wolves manager Nuno says he thought Willy Boly's challenge on Bernardo Silva was worthy of a red card.

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    It's as you were for Wolves. They stay 11th.

    Nuno's side host Leicester on Saturday.

    Premier League
  13. Who will win the title?

    Man City 3-0 Wolves

    Ian Wright

    Former Arsenal & England striker on BBC Radio 5 live

    I'm leaning to Liverpool. I picked them at the start. Liverpool have improved and they'll give City a run. What will be interesting now is how Liverpool deal with the pressure having not won it in 29 years.

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    So this is how it stands at the top of the Premier League.

    Now a definite two-horse race?

    Leaders Liverpool are at home to Crystal Palace on Saturday. Man City play Huddersfield on Sunday.

    Top six
  15. 'Professional performance'

    Man City 3-0 Wolves

    Paul Lake

    Former Manchester City defender on Radio Manchester

    Three goals at home and a clean sheet is a real positive. There were no injuries and Kevin de Bruyne looks like he is getting back to his old self. It was a professional performance and Pep Guardiola has to be happy.

    Kevin de Bruyne
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    FT: Man City 3-0 Wolves

    The result was never really in doubt from the moment Wolves went down to 10 men when Man City were already 1-0 up.

    Wolves stuck to their task well but City just keep coming at you.

  17. Easy street

    Man City 3-0 Wolves

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport at the Etihad Stadium

    An easy win for Manchester City in the end.

    So easy, in fact, it was their biggest at home against Wolves since 1984.

    It was also Wolves' biggest defeat of the season.

    Bizarrely, Wolves have only won one of their last five Premier League games - against Tottenham. Away.


    Man City 3-0 Wolves

    It's job done from Manchester City's point of view.

    They're back to within four points of leaders Liverpool.

    Manchester City