Jack Grealish, Erling Haaland, Phil Foden Strike Back 10-Man Wolves Jack Grealish and Erling Haaland, Phil Foden Strike as Man

City Leaves 10-Man Wolves Far Back Jack Grealish's goals from Erling Haaland and Phil Foden helped Manchester City win 3-0 at 10-man

City win 3-0 at 10-man Wolves in the Premier League on Saturday. Grealish was reported to have opened the account for the season

at Molyneux in just 55 seconds into the match, converting a cross from an overlapping Kevin de Bruyne well.

Haaland doubled City's lead with a superb low strike from 25 yards to the bottom left corner. His 14th goal in 10 games 

in all competitions made Wolves' task tough on 33 minutes when defender Nathan Collins was sent out. Wild high tackle on Gaya Grealish.

Foden capped a well-successful outing for City on 69 minutes. De Burine scored a similar overlapping run well, he did for 

the opening goal to set up Foden, had slammed home. It was reported that there was a minute's silence before kickoff following

the death of Queen Elizabeth. Most fans observed a respectful silence, at 70 minutes the whole field erupted into

warm applause that well marked the number of years on the throne of the monarch. was to do. Saturday's result takes defending

champions City in the Premier League to nearly 17 points after seven matches, ahead of Arsenal, who face Brentford on Sunday.

Grealish told BT Sport one thing it was great to score points this season and get three points in a tough spot against the top team.

This Wolves team was so underrated they showed that in the second half so it's a pretty great result for us.

Rounding out I should get more help. I'm going to get people talking about me about the amount I was bought for.

Wolves vs Man City Didn't score as much as he should at Aston Villa. There is something I want to add to my game.