The match between Wolves vs Manchester City has started and both teams are in high form, especially Wolves have played excellently in the first half against the Blues who are currently fighting to maintain the top of the Premier League table.
Raúl Jiménez, the Mexican striker who plays for Wolves, was sent off in one of the ridiculous ways as he received two consecutive yellow cards within a minute of the first foul.
Raúl Jimenez was sent off before halftime in one of the most ridiculous ways
Raúl contested the ball with Rodri and in an attempt to steal the ball from the midfielder, he committed an unnecessary futile foul that earned him the first yellow card.
A minute after receiving the first yellow card as Rodri was about to take the free kick and put the ball near the midfield, Raúl froze despite the referee telling him to back off.
Rodri took the kick and touched Raúl, prompting the referee to show Mexico a second red and yellow card and leaving the Wolves 10 men behind at the end of the first half.
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