The full time whistle blows and Wolves come from behind to take all three points on the road! GET IN! #TOTWOL
– Wolves (@Wolves) March 1, 2020
The beginning of the meeting was tantamount, but the first dangerous opportunity was at the expense of the hosts. In the 13th minute, Dele Ali was close to scoring after he had a pass in the penalty area, but he was unable to deal with the shot and the ball went straight into the hands of Rui Patricio.
Seconds later, after a happy rebound, the ball hit the feet of Stephen Bergwain, who just had to knock it into Patricio’s net almost from the goal line.
The Wolves, however, mobilized and enforced their advantage. In the 27th minute, Matt Doherty struck Tottenham’s door with his eighth hit of the season, equaling Virgil Van Dyke as the most productive defender in the campaign so far.
By the end of Part One Tottenham was trying to regain the advance and the Spurs’ efforts had materialized in the last minute of regular time from Part One, when Serge Orieux fired his unstoppable shot straight into Patricio’s right corner.
The second part started with active guest action, but Diogo Zota sent the ball over the crossbar.
In the 58th minute, Matt Doherty found Jota in the penalty area and the Portuguese could not send the ball into the Tottenham net. So in just 10 days, Zota signed up for the impressive 6th time.
Strong minutes followed for the guests, who were clearly looking for the full asset of points. So in the 73rd minute after a nice pass, Raul Jimenez delivered a shot that was right in the right corner of Hasaniga. It was the Mexican’s No. 13 hit in 28 games, improving his personal record last year in which he recorded those hits 10 games more.
It was also the last danger in the meeting, which was extremely important for the “wolves”. With 3 points gained, Wolverhampton climbed to the 6th position in the standings and overtook Tottenham, who finished 7th. The Wolves have an asset of 42 points and their current rival is 40.