The Belgian was unplayable as the Sky Blues kept up with their lead on the standings.
Manchester City crawled nearer to the 2021-22 Premier League title with a 5-1 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers on Wednesday, fueled by four objectives by Kevin De Bruyne.
The midfielder’s exhibition was the sort of clinical greatness that champions are made of, as De Bruyne scored on every one of the four shots on track he had during the match.
Interspersing the presentation was a first-half full go-around that put the match far off by the 24th moment. De Bruyne opened the scoring in the seventh moment after a give-and-go succession with partner Bernardo Silva, giving the Sky Blues an early lead. Wolves answered four minutes after the fact through Leander Dendoncker, who completed a speedy counterattack by the hosts to level.
That is pretty much as close as Wolves would get as De Bruyne took the game over with objectives in the sixteenth and 24th minutes to finish his 17-minute full go-around.
However, the Belgian star wasn’t done scoring. On the hour mark, De Bruyne indented his fourth and last objective of the coordinate subsequent to consolidating with Phil Foden to enter the last third prior to completing the assault himself with a definitive strike past shell-stunned Wolves goalkeeper José Sá.
Raheem Sterling then placed an interjection point on the procedures with a 83rd-minute objective made by substitute Jack Grealish.
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City move three focuses up on runner up Liverpool at the highest point of the Premier League standings, with two games left to swing both ways.