In a dramatic comeback on Friday night, Wolverhampton Wanderers shocked Manchester City by winning 3-2 at Molineux Stadium.
Wolves came from behind to beat Manchester City led with a brace by Raheem Sterling, despite their keeper Ederson being sent off in the 12th minute for fouling Benjamin Mendy right in the box.
The foul left Mendy grimacing in pain. Referee Martin Atkinson did not hesitate to show Ederson the red card.
Despite being down to 10 men, City tried to take the game to Wolves defence and they got a penalty awarded them in the 25th minute, after Riyad Mahrez was brought down in the Wolves box.
A VAR check endorsed the penalty, but Sterling not only took it twice, but scored on a rebound.
Sterling recorded a second goal, five minutes after resumption in the second half. But another five minutes after, Wolves revival began, first with a goal by Adama Traore.
Raul Jimenez added a second in the 82nd minute to level up and in the 89th minute, Matt Doherty sealed the game for wolves.