Published: Wed, October 25, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Guardiola lauds man-of-the-match Bravo after City survive shoot-out

Guardiola lauds man-of-the-match Bravo after City survive shoot-out

City's win sees them safely through to the fifth round draw of the Carabao Cup. With this in mind, Bet365 are giving Manchester City odds of 1/7 to beat Wolves on Tuesday.

Sergio Aguero might have scored the winning penalty in the shootout, but he still requires one goal to break City's all-time scoring record, which he shares with Eric Brook on 177 goals.

"Wolves" is now also in good shape.

Manchester City are overwhelming favourites to win this Carabao Cup match at 1/6.

In what is already a tough season for Palace, there was further humiliation for the Premier League's last-place side. In the Championship the team took the first position, and, it seems, seriously intends to compete for the tickets to the Premier League.

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The last time they failed to win was a 1-1 draw with Everton in the second week of the Premier League season.

Both of his goals came off corners as Arsenal struggled after making 11 changes.

Luckily, City's groundstaff saved the squirming squirrel from Wolves - by somehow managing to scoop him up and release him away from the stadium.

Aguero had a late penalty claim turned down as he surged into the box and appeared to be tugged back by Coady, while Sterling somehow missed the target after Norris parried a cross from substitute Kevin De Bruyne.

With so many fans travelling to watch Wolves and Molineux sold out for the beam back, it would be a surprise if Nuno Espirito Santo played a weakened side. 24 goals scored is a decent return, but the fact they have conceded 13 goals in 13 games means they are not outstandingly good in defence, something that Manchester City will look to exploit with their incredibly incisive attack.

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