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Football Scores: Tottenham 0-2 Wolves

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Tottenham fell to their third consecutive loss as Wolves produced one of the comfortable football scores of the weekend in the Premier League. Raul Jimenez opened the scoring for the visitors in the sixth minute before Leander Dendoncker doubled their advantage in the 18th minute. Spurs were at fault for both goals they conceded.

Player ratings

Tottenham: Lloris (3), Sanchez (5), Romero (6), Davies (5), Doherty (5), Winks (7), Bentacur (7), Sessegnon (5), Lucas Moura (6), Kane (6), Son (5)
Subs: Kulusevski (7), Bergwijn (6)

Wolves: Jose Sa (8), Kilman (8), Coady (8), Saiss (8), Semedo (7), Ruben Neves (7), Dendoncker (8), Ait-Nouri (7), Cundle (8), Jimenez (8), Podence (8)
Subs: Hwang (7), Trincao (7), Silva (7)

Man of the match: Max Kilman

Managers Reaction 

Tottenham boss Antonio Conte said: “To describe the defeat is difficult. It was one of the best games we’ve played – we created lots of chances to score. We had the possession but it’s also difficult to explain how we started by conceding two goals – it’s difficult to comment on the two goals we conceded. It’s not easy when you start the game in this way. Until the end we pushed and tried to score. We created chances. But we are talking about another defeat. We will continue to work and we have to struggle every time we play to get three points.”

Wolves boss Bruno Lage: “I will not dream, I will only dream of Leicester, they are a very strong team, very hard to beat. Every game is a hard game that is why in the last week I have been talking about character. I don’t believe to talk about dreams. [We will] continue to work hard, the way we are working. One day at a time, training by training, game, and game. We cannot think about too much in the future.”

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