Soon they made it three with David Silva getting in on the act and that was all she wrote.
An overwhelming number of Wolves were elated with the nod given towards goalkeeper Norris, many stating they believe he has staked a good claim to earn himself the spot of first-choice shot-stopper over John Ruddy.
Seconds later Aguero found the side netting after an incisive break from City, who looked short of their fluent best. The weapons we have is just the vote and the ballot.
If, as is a distinct possibility, Arsenal miss out on Champions League football once again, then Wenger will have even more difficulty painting a positive picture for a frustrated fanbase. It was the first mistake that was especially painful to endure.
They'd be well advised to mute the commentary if they do.
One young Arsenal fan was caught on camera inconsolable in floods of tears.
It's a final and players were walking. I'm training well and supporting the lads when I don't play and, when I play, I'm giving everything I have. This cannot be allowed to continue.
"Every chance you have you have to take and today I did it and the team did it so new are very happy".
We will sometimes have a good spell of game like other teams but nothing else. "And this is for humanity". Chelsea dropped to fifth place, two points behind Totttenham, which got a 1-0 win at Crystal Palace, thanks to Harry Kane's header from a corner in the 88th minute. "We'll see tomorrow [Monday], it's a big loss for us".
Guardiola insisted he will accept punishment from the FA if they decide to hand him a fine, but he didn't seem ready to remove the ribbon that was hidden under his jacket for most of Sunday's Carabao Cup final.
"It was so important to win this one, because we played 10 v 11 for 45 minutes [against Wigan] so it wasn't easy".
Wenger has now lost all three of his finals in this competition and the disquiet over the Frenchman's reign in north London is sure to return.
Monreal had to come off with a back problem, Sead Kolasinac replacing him, and Ramsey followed him for a high boot soon afterwards.
College baseball: No. 9 Stanford extended its season-opening winning streak to eight games as it completed a four-game sweep of Rice (3-5) with a 2-0 victory at Sunken Diamond.