The playmaker, Kelvin De Bruyne scored hat trick inside the opening 24 minutes to boost Manchester City's hope for the title race high and added another on the hour to make it four.
Manchester City's win over Wolves, shows how firepower they got to win the Premier League title this season. Manchester City's victory also shows how they have tightened their grip on the title race this season.
Kelvin De Bruyne's performance against Wolves was a classic as he set up a goal within the opening but Foden failed to connect.
Manchester City are closing the title race against their title rivals, Liverpool as they lead with three points. It will be very difficult for Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool team to win the title race as Manchester City has two games to play to end the season.
Wolves on the other hand, played very well but the pressure from Man City were too high to contain. Bruno Lage, Wolves manager was absent in the game after testing positive for Covid 19.
Manchester City would be crowned Premier League Champions, if they win their remaining two games.
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