Robins soar past toothless Wolves

Two goals in five first-half minutes were enough for Bristol City to see off Premier League new-boys Wolves in a friendly at Ashton Gate.

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Danny Haynes broke the deadlock for the Robins after 33 minutes, cutting inside Christophe Berra and slipping the ball past Wayne Hennessey with the outside of his foot.

It was 2-0 to the Championship side five minutes later as Nicky Maynard turned 30 yards out and unleashed a fierce drive into the top corner.

Hennessey kept the scoreline respectable as he pulled off a stunning save to keep out Lewin Nyatanga's point-blank header.

Wolves' new-boy Nenad Milijas impressed, seeing a well-struck shot tipped around the post.

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