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Football Results: Wolves 2-1 Leicester

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Wolves remained a dark horse for a top-four finish as they produced one of the narrow football results of the weekend in the Premier League. They moved above Tottenham in sixth place, six points behind United with two games in hand. Ruben Neves scored first for the hosts in the ninth minute before Ademola Lookman equalized four minutes before the break. Daniel Podence scored with a brilliant finish to give the home team three points.

Player ratings

Wolves: Sa (6), Kilman (6), Coady (6), Saiss (6), Semedo (6), Neves (7), Dendoncker (6), Moutinho (6), Ait-Nouri (6), Jimenez (6), Podence (7)
Subs: Hwang (5), Neto (N/A), Marcal (N/A)

Leicester: Schmeichel (5), Pereira (6), Amartey (6), Soyuncu (5), Thomas (6), Tielemans (6), Ndidi (5), Dewsbury-Hall (6), Lookman (7), Daka (5), Albrighton (6)
Subs: Maddison (5), Iheanacho (5)

Man of the match: Daniel Podence

Managers Reaction

Wolves manager Bruno Lage: “It depends on the way we work. Now is time to recover and prepare best for the game against Arsenal and that is it. That’s the most important thing. We are coming with solid performances, we are scoring goals, we are winning points and we need to continue this way because if we do we can do something special. That is to look at the end, for now, it is one more game, three points, and focuses on the next game.”

Leicester’s Brendan Rodgers: “Sometimes after you lose a game there’s obviously disappointment and frustration, but I was very enthused by the team today. I thought lots of our play was really, really good. We’re started to see in a number of the last games the bits of our Leicester returning back to our levels of play and creativity. It is just disappointing. They had what? Two shots?”

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