A brilliant performance by Wolves saw them humiliate Man city at home, It’s only October but already Man City are in all sorts – they have lost two of their first eight games and trail Liverpool by eight points. It’s a long way back and, at the very least, they’ll probably need to beat Liverpool twice to have a chance of making it three in a row. But it’s not all about that: Wolves were excellent, and what a week it’s been for them. After a sketchy start to the season, they’re back.
Adama Traore’s second-half double helped Wolves stun Manchester City 2-0 to leave Liverpool eight points clear at the top heading into the international break.
Traore’s double leaves Manchester City eight points behind Liverpool.
Chelsea, meanwhile, are purring. Their solidity in midfield gives them such freedom in attack, and their finishing is very, very good at the moment. Southampton, meanwhile defended like children, and if they don’t sort it out they’re going to struggle.
The Blues made it four straight wins in all competitions after a comfortable 4-1 victory against struggling Southampton at St Mary’s.
Tammy Abraham who was recently called to England squad scored his eighth league goal of the season with a delightful lob before Mason Mountadded a second seven minutes later.