Ruben Neves scored deep into stoppage time as Wolves came from 2-0 down to secure an incredible win in an extraordinary West Midlands derby.
Wolves looked down and out when John McGinn added to Danny Ings’ opener to give Villa a two-goal cushion midway through the second half.
But in an incredible final 10 minutes, the Wolves scored three times to seal a third straight Premier League win.
Romain Saiss reduced the deficit from inside the six-yard area, then Conor Coady bundled in an 85th-minute equaliser after Max Kilman had headed against the bar.
Neves struck in the fifth minute of stoppage time when his free-kick took a deflection on its way past Emiliano Martinez to complete an astonishing comeback.
In Other News – Manchester City 2 – 0 Burnley
Raheem Sterling could not mark his return to Manchester City’s starting line-up with a goal but Kevin de Bruyne made certain his side still beat Burnley after Bernardo Silva’s early strike.
City had won 5-0 on each of the Clarets’ past four visits to Etihad Stadium and it seemed like a similar scoreline was on the cards when the impressive Silva followed up Phil Foden’s shot to give the home side an early lead. learn more