Pep Guardiola unfazed after Manchester City lose Premier League lead

Pep Guardiola unfazed after Manchester City lose Premier League lead

Pep Guardiola unfazed after Manchester City lose Premier League lead

"It's not my business, the Premier League will decide when the VAR will be here", Guardiola told Sky Sports.

Their lead only lasted for little over 10 minutes though, as City leveled on the 69-minute mark after Laporte headed home an Ilkay Gundogan free kick.

With two points, Wolves is yet to win since returning to the Premier League after a six-year absence.

Earlier, had reported how Premier League champions Manchester City confirmed that star player Kevin De Bruyne will be out of action for the next three months due to the injury he sustained in training. We tried to play our best game.

Wolves held on for the point and managed to extend a season-long record of remaining unbeaten when scoring the first goal in matches in the Premier League.

Aymeric Laporte did earn a share of the spoils for City, who nearly snatched all three points when Aguero's 95th-minute free-kick crashed against the crossbar.

Wolves were excellent as they harassed the City players in possession throughout the 90 minutes in an energetic performance.

City looked in ominous form to start the campaign in cruising to victory against Arsenal at the Emirates and thrashing Huddersfield 6-1 last weekend.

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'They don't behave or play like a Championship team that has just been promoted, ' Kompany said.

Sergio Aguero hit the woodwork twice while Rui Patricio turned Raheem Sterling's drive onto the bar as City dominated, but it was Laporte who popped to rescue a point. "I know that might sound daft but we are".

City were good value for their point but they looked unusually vulnerable against Nuno Espirito Santo's well-drilled side.

"For tonight it's all good, but a lot of work to do".

"We are happy with the first three points after two defeats, but it's clear we need to improve", said a far from fully satisfied Emery.

"But, of course, the spectators in the stadium and the audience on TV enjoyed [Wolves against City] because they had chances, we had chances".

Wolves upped their game and again defended stoutly while continuing to cause City problems going the other way, eventually holding on to secure a much-deserved 1-1 draw.

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