Romain Saiss scored a late equalizer for Wolverhampton Wanderers to score a point against Tottenham Hotspur at Molineux

A late goal by Romain Saiss brought the Wolverhampton Wanderers a well-deserved share of the booty against Tottenham Hotspur

Jose Mourinho’s Spurs seemed to be heading for all three points before Saiss’ well-placed header canceled Tanguy Ndombele’s opener

Wolves have been accused of starting games slowly in the past and Spurs caught them cold in the first 60 seconds at Molineux

Son Heung-Min forced Rui Patricio to parry within seconds of the start of the game and from the resulting corner Ndombele gave the visitors the lead

The French midfielder, who excelled in the first 45 minutes, shot home from the edge of the field after the Wolves couldn’t clear their lines

Wolves worked their way into the game and at the end of the first half they enjoyed it better but were unable to with Fabio Silva’s instinctive hit that rippled the side-netting after Nelson Semedo’s superb winger, their best moment to create many clear opportunities

At the start of the second half, the Spurs were given almost a dose of their own medicine when the wolves streamed forward to the right Adama Traore found Semedo and passed the ball to Silva, who went into the box under pressure from Eric Dier

Silva and his teammates from Wolves asked Paul Tierney for a penalty, but neither the referee nor the VAR were interested. Daniel Podence was booked for his protests

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A Pedro Neto trademark on the left, in which he beat two Spurs players for pace, saw him come to the sideline and pull the ball back to Silva but the young striker was ousted by Hugo Lloris and foiled

But the Wolves achieved the goal their feat deserved when Saiss linked up with Neto’s corner to finally beat Lloris

Nuno’s team should have won, but Silva couldn’t bring Ruben Neves home Cross in added time

Patricio is rarely to blame for goals, but it looked like he could have done better with Ndombele’s early strike. His starting position looked and Ndombele’s shot hit him even though he was fairly central

The summer signing received a lot of criticism early in his Wolf career, but he’s done more good than bad.He had many good moments against Spurs where he regained possession and broke forward

Semedo connected intelligently with Traore and compatriot Neto as he drifted to the right. He created one of the wolves ???? The best chances in the first half were to get Silva with a precise pass into an overcrowded penalty area

Coady overcame the threat posed by English colleague Harry Kane in a reasonably solid defensive show by the wolves

He was a little off with some of those cross-field pings that wolves often move from behind

Saiss helped Coady keep Kane calm, and they also handled Ndombele and Son’s runs from the deep, finding himself in free kicks and unable to convince anyone to take another with a terrible try in the first half

The Brazilian always looks so confident defensively and rarely wastes a pass, but he doesn’t offer much when wolves are chasing games like they are here

He looks like a shadow of the player we saw last season. Neves is no longer finding the jaw-dropping passes open-mouthed fans leave behind, and he’s being taken possession of more than ever

However, if you see him aiming a shot from 30 yards, even though you are still expecting the net to bulge, he went closer with a little effort but the Wolves needed more of him in stoppage time he scored for Silva a decent flank that should have led to the winner of the wolves

Moutinho used the ball well and took the risk that Wolvesâ ???? Situation required, but he couldn’t open Spurs

Some of Moutinho’s passes were delightful, including a cut off pass behind Ben Davies to find Semedo in the second half

This was a much better show from Traore who has blown hot and cold this season Traore got beaten by Spurs and Harry Winks ???? “Professional foul” on him as he raced through the corridors towards the end of the first half, he proves that he is still terrifying opposing teams

Davies joined Daniel Podence’s nutmeg club after a nice little shot deflected the ball through the Welshman’s legs in the first half

More than just a trick, Podence led the battle for the wolves with another very impressive performance. He’s had an excellent season

Neto showed all his skill and speed to brilliantly beat two Spurs players and give Fabio Silva a chance in the second half

He also grabbed support for Wolvesâ ???? Compensation by late waving a corner on Saiss’ head Neto was next to Podence the star of the wolves Season

Silva thought he scored his first Molineux goal in the first half when his shot hit the side netting on the north bank

He could have been the hero in death, but he kept a free header in Lloris’ hands, much to his and his manager’s frustration


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