Hwang Hee-chan grabbed a second-half winner as Wolves stunned Premier League champions Manchester City to pick their first win of the season and end City’s winning streak.
Erling Haaland, a free-scoring striker, was given just one opportunity, and City manager Pep Guardiola, who was forced to watch from the sidelines while serving a one-match touchline suspension, was unable to make a difference.
Even yet, it appeared as though the visitors would win after Ruben Dias’ early own goal was levelled by Julian Alvarez’s sublime free kick.
However, Nelson Semedo’s forward rush sparked a second goal for Wolves, ending a string of six straight losses against City, just like Pedro Neto had done before the opening goal.
It completed a miserable day for former Wolves midfielder Matheus Nunes.
The Portugal international went on strike to secure his £53m move to City last month and the home fans evidently have not forgotten as they jeered him every time he touched the ball before he was substituted at half-time in the Premier League match.