Date: 10th December 2019 at 8:30pm
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Sunday’s draw with Brighton and Hove Albion was definitely a frustrating day for the travelling Wolverhampton Wanderers fans. Having opened the scoring at the Amex Stadium through Jota, we saw the hosts hit back twice to take advantage inside of three minutes, but Jota completed his brace just ahead of the half time break to ensure we extended our unbeaten run to eleven matches.

With our Europa League commitments continuing after a very early start to the year, and a slow start to our second season in the top flight, we continue to sit in sixth place, joint on points with Manchester United and it’s all to play for still.

We will get days like that though and I’m pretty sure head coach Nuno Espirito Santo will join with the fans in wishing that we’d turned a couple more of our nine draws into victories, but given where we were a few years ago, can we really complain?

Frustrating, yes, disappointing, yes but let’s keep some perspective as Brighton are only five points behind us themselves and no side is a walkover.

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