Tag: Wolverhampton FC

Premier League: Wolves 2-1 Manchester City
Wolverhampton FC, Manchester City

Premier League: Wolves 2-1 Manchester City

By Score More Molineux witnessed fire and fury as Manchester City's flawless record went up in smoke. In a tumultuous encounter, Matheus Nunes faced relentless jeering, Erling Haaland struggled to make an impact, and the reigning champions appeared surprisingly lackluster. Nunes inadvertently played into Wolves' hands, with the persistent and fierce jeering against the former Wolves midfielder Gary O'Neil adding to City's discomfort. The Brazilian midfielder was substituted at halftime, with Wolves already leading. It was a turbulent afternoon, marked by nine bookings and a post-match melee. This is precisely how you defeat a Pep Guardiola side, which looked noticeably weaker without Rodri. His absence in the upcoming match against Arsenal should be a significant concern for City. Wi...
Premier League: Luton 1-1 Wolves
Luton Town FC, Wolverhampton FC

Premier League: Luton 1-1 Wolves

By Score More Wolves' Gary O'Neil voiced his discontent over yet another VAR ruling that did not favor his team, but he conceded that fortune favored them in the match. Meanwhile, Luton managed to secure their first Premier League point of the season, although they strongly believed they deserved a win. The match was marked by its fair share of intensity, with Luton having to contend with only 10 players for the majority of the game following Jean-Ricner Bellegarde's red card for an altercation with Tom Lockyer. Despite the numerical advantage, Luton missed several scoring opportunities and even conceded a stunning goal by Pedro Neto early in the second half. The contentious moment emerged when the referee granted Luton a penalty in the second half for a handball by Joao Gomes. Gary...
Jurgen Klopp Delivers a Stern Message to Liverpool Players Following Victory at Wolves
Liverpool FC

Jurgen Klopp Delivers a Stern Message to Liverpool Players Following Victory at Wolves

By Score More  Liverpool continued their impressive start to the season with a 3-1 triumph over Wolves, but manager Jurgen Klopp didn't mince his words when addressing his players after the match at Molineux. A late goal from Andy Robertson and an unfortunate own goal by Hugo Bueno allowed the Reds to escape Molineux with a victory that seemed improbable at halftime. Wolves had taken the lead early on through Hwang Hee-Chan as they dominated proceedings. Only a glaring miss by Matheus Cunha prevented them from extending their lead further. Liverpool's performance in the first half left much to be desired, but they gradually improved. They equalized through Cody Gakpo before breaking down Wolves' resistance with just four minutes left, securing their third comeback win of the season...
Premier League: Wolves (1) Liverpool (3) Wolves Stumble as Liverpool Emerges Victorious: Match Highlights
Liverpool FC, Premier League, Wolverhampton FC

Premier League: Wolves (1) Liverpool (3) Wolves Stumble as Liverpool Emerges Victorious: Match Highlights

By Score More Fueled by the arrival of their new signing, Jean-Ricner Bellegarde, and the dynamic Pedro Neto, Wolves surged ahead in the game just seven minutes in, courtesy of a splendid solo effort from Neto. The first half was largely dominated by Wolves, who, despite their dominance, squandered several golden opportunities to extend their lead. It wasn't until the 55th minute that Cody Gakpo equalized for Liverpool. During the second half, Liverpool took control, dictating play for most of the duration, and their persistence finally paid off in the 85th minute when Andy Robertson arrived in the box to slot home the go-ahead goal. To compound Wolves' defeat, substitute Harvey Elliott added a third goal in injury time, sealing their fate. Match Analysis Gary O'Neil implemen...
Premier League: Crystal Palace 3-2 Wolves
Crystal Palace FC, Wolverhampton FC

Premier League: Crystal Palace 3-2 Wolves

By Score More In the ever-evolving mosaic of the Premier League, matches like these epitomize the spirit, drama, and sheer unpredictability of the beautiful game. The clash at Selhurst Park between Crystal Palace and Wolves was no exception. Eberechi Eze's artistry and Odsonne Édouard's clinical finishing proved pivotal in Palace's triumph. Both players showcased the kind of determination and creativity that the Selhurst Park faithful hold dear. Their performances took on added significance in light of the absence of former talisman Wilfried Zaha, who has ventured to play his football in Turkey, and the injury sidelining Michael Olise. Eze's brilliance illuminated the match from the very start. A potential penalty incident, just after the 10-minute mark involving João Gomes, underscor...
Premier League: Wolverhampton Suffers Defeat Against Brighton in Premier League Clash
Brighton FC, Wolverhampton FC

Premier League: Wolverhampton Suffers Defeat Against Brighton in Premier League Clash

By Score More Wolverhampton suffered another defeat on Saturday, this time against Brighton (1-4) in the 2nd round of the Premier League. The Wolves are now at the bottom of the standings after a nightmare afternoon at Molineux. José Sá, Nélson Semedo, Pedro Neto, Matheus, and Fábio Silva were in the starting lineup, but they couldn't withstand the strong performance of the Seagulls. Mitoma opened the scoring at the 16th minute, giving the visitors the lead. Wolverhampton tried to react in the first half, but everything fell apart after halftime. At the start of the second half, Brighton accelerated and scored three goals in... 10 minutes: Estupiñán (46'), March (52' and 55') sealed the game. Despite the heavy defeat, the Wolves didn't give up and managed to reduce the gap with a go...