Manager Pep Guardiola described it as a “bad day” as Manchester City slipped eight points behind Premier League leaders Liverpool following a surprise home defeat to Wolves.
Two late goals by Adama Traore dealt another blow to Manchester City’s title hopes as they fell 8 points behind Liverpool after a 2-0 home defeat to Wolves.
Manchester City’s supersubs finished off a gritty and organised Dinamo Zagreb side after the home side were held at bay for over an hour in their Champions League encounter.
It took goals from Manchester City substitutes Raheem Sterling and Phil Foden to vanquish spirited Dinamo Zagreb at the Etihad.
Manchester City’s class told in the end but they were forced to battle hard for their Premier League victory at Everton where Pep Guardiola described his side’s display as “incredibly outstanding”.