Wolves knocked on the door, huffed and puffed, but couldn’t blow Gary Rowett’s new Blues doors down.
Only a week ago Bournemouth went to St Andrews and found that the Birmingham defence under caretaker manager Malcolm Crosby was made from a bundle of straw.
They went on to win 8-0.
On Saturday, Wolves took on Birmingham at Molineux, but found that under Rowett and despite only having days in the job, the new defence was made from bricks.
The foundations had been laid with a five man defence and with all the possession, Wolverhampton Wanderers couldn’t find the way in.
‘We huffed and puffed and we had a lot of the ball but we didn’t do enough going forward in the final third.’ Wolves Head Coach Kenny Jackett told the BBC.He continued: ‘It didn’t surprise me the way they set up, playing 5-4-1. But it was down to us to break them down.
‘As for the penalty shout, sometimes you get them, sometimes you don’t. It could have gone either way.’
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