Manchester City, the world's richest football club, the club with the largest squad in history, and the only team in the Premiership to play in sky blue, are this evening sitting proudly at the top of the Barclays Premier League table after a scrambled 4-3 victory over relegation-threatened Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Wolves opened the scoring through some bloke with an unpronounceable name, but back came City with goals from Toure, Tevez, Tourez and Teve, before a late fightback by the Black Country bumpkins forced the Sky Blues onto the back foot, or feet, whichever you prefer.
Carlos Tevez, the diminutive Argentinian, received a standing ovation as he left the field for playing a major part in the act of knocking City's city-neighbours Manchester United off top spot - even if it's only for a few hours.
The Reds, playing at Tottenham tomorrow, will return to the top should they avoid defeat, and will still have played two games less than City, but manager Roberto Mancini was buoyant after the win. He said:
"I'm buoyant after the win!"