Brighton held Wolves to a 0-0 draw yesterday at the Molineux, and the pack will not want to see these statistics.
The Wanderer’s draw with the Seagulls was as one-sided as a match can be.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side had 69% possession and completed 615 passes.
However, Jota, Jimenez, Neves, and Moutinho never troubled Brighton’s goalkeeper, Matthew Ryan.
Nuno and the pack left Molineux frustrated, but they’ll be even more annoyed after seeing these disgusting statistics.
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Despite only having 5 shots (0 on target) and registering only 295 passes, Chris Hughton is delighted with his team’s performance.
The Seagulls parked the bus to come away with a point, and their morale won’t be dampened by Wolves fans calling them “boring”.
On the flip side, everyone with Wolves is frustrated.
Nuno’s side dominated the play with 69% possession, 615 passes, 14 corners, and 22 shots, but the players didn’t take their chances.
Only 5 shots were on target, and Wolves wasted their dominance by constantly crossing the ball into the box for Brighton’s two giant centre backs.
The performance was poor and disguised by Wolves’ possession.
Wolves wasted another opportunity to take seventh from Leicester and Watford.
And, to further twist the knife in the wound, it continued Wolves’ hopeless record against the Premier League’s bottom five.
Against Brighton this season, Wolves have registered 1, 138 passes, 47 shots (12 on target), and 24 corners.
Whereas Brighton has completed 657 passes, 2 corners, and 12 shots (only 1 on target).
Yet the Seagulls have taken 4 points from Wolves thanks to a 1-0 win back at the Falmer stadium.
Some would say football isn’t fair, but you don’t deserve anything if you can’t score a single goal from 47 shots.