Wily Boly red card deserved according to manager

Wolves head coach Nuno Espirito Santo has accepted that the red card was deserved for his defender Wily Boly and the moment changed the dynamics of the game after losing 3-0 to Manchester City who moved to within four points of Liverpool.

Espirito Santo told Sky Sports: “The incident was very close to me, and I haven’t seen the images but I’ve spoken with the fourth official. It was a red card, no doubt about it.

“The red card was a moment in which we tried to change things and the boys tried. Playing with 11 is tough, but playing with 10 is even harder.

“It was a tough night. Since we conceded the first goal, it became very difficult. We were in shape and it was a 30-yard pass which breaks us.

“There’s no doubt about the result, they controlled the game and had the chances.

“We had a plan to stay in shape and show defensive organisation, but with the goal and the red card everything went down.

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