Wolves have drawn 1-1 with Tottenham Hotspur at Molineux.

Tanguy Ndombele’s goal that came inside the first minute of the game looked like it was going to be enough to seal all three points for the visitors.

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But Romain Saiss popped up in the 86th minute to rescue a draw for the hosts.

Wolves were back to their back four system and created a fair few chances, but really it was a familiar story of lacking that ruthlessness in front of goal.

Young Fabio Silva is still getting to grips with the Premier League and did well in parts, but the absence of Raul Jimenez could really be felt at times.

Wolves actually did OK defensively, with Spurs not having many clear-cut opportunities. Harry Kane and Heung-min Son were kept very quiet.

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Concentration could have been better for Ndombele’s goal, and Rui Patricio will feel he could have done a lot better.

On social media, both neutral fans and Wolves supporters were particularly impressed with Pedro Neto, who was once again the bright spark.

The 20-year-old sought to get at Spurs when he could, and looked a real threat dribbling in from the left. And it was his corner Saiss turned in for the equaliser.

Here’s what some were saying on Twitter:

 
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