A number of Wolves fans have reacted well to the 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace.
Wolves went a goal behind in the first minute of the second half thanks to an unlucky and cruel deflection from Leander Dendoncker.
But, just as all was done and lost, Diogo Jota bagged a goal in the 95th minute to rescue a well-deserved point for the Wanderers.
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“We love you Nuno”
Wolves fans have reacted positively to their team’s draw with Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. This comes only mere days after a crushing 1-0 defeat to SC Braga in the Europa League at Molineux.
Nuno Espirito Santo has admitted that there were positives and negatives to take away from the match. He especially highlighted the first half as the way Wolves should be playing (Wolves).
This has resulted in some praise online with fans showing that they’re fully behind Nuno and the 3-4-3 formation.
Yes 3-4-3 is a great way to play the players loved it!
It’s also nice to watch!
— Kevin Jones 💛🖤 ^-^ (@wyndowlicker) September 22, 2019
Get behind this man look what he has done for us all last few…time to give him something back
— Mrw1975 (@Mrw19752) September 22, 2019
Captain Conor Coady also heaped praise on the spirit and unity of his teammates. Fans responded to this with exhibitions of solidarity and appreciation.
Winning or losing we are 100% wolves
— 95landlord (@95landlord) September 22, 2019
In addition to Conor Coady’s choice words, fans also saw “great team spirit” through Patrick Cutrone’s celebration.
Just shows how much it means to him!!!! Great team spirit!! 💛🐺🖤 xxx
— CathyAW45 (@CathyWithington) September 23, 2019
This team has spirit, passion and skill and I love it that they give 100% and never give up 🏴🐺#Wolves
— steve berridge (@Scotwolf2Steve) September 23, 2019
Wolves face Watford next Saturday at Molineux in a battle between 19th and 20th in the Premier League.
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Manchester City smashed Watford 8-0 so Nuno’s men will be hoping to continue the Hornet’s tragic run of form to get their first win.