Wolves move within 2 points of EPL promotion

Wolves move within 2 points of EPL promotion

Wolves move within 2 points of EPL promotion

Ruben Neves - signed from Porto for a record £15.8m during the summer - made his mark on the scoreboard early in the second half, with one of the best goals you're likely to see scored at any level this campaign.

A stoppage-time header from substitute Neal Maupay earned Brentford a 1-1 draw at local rivals Fulham to severely dent the Cottagers' automatic promotion hopes and send Wolves up in the process.

Wolves hold a 10-point lead over Fulham, who have three games to play, and will now turn their attentions to securing the title after Cardiff kept their fading title ambitions alive with a 2-0 win away to Norwich.

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However, Wolves' big spending has provoked complaints for other sides in the league.

Wolves plummeted to League One a year after their relegation from the Premier League but bounced back to the Championship after one season.

It looked like Fulham had done enough after they went ahead through Alexsander Mitrovic but Brentford pushed and pushed and levelled in the 94th minute much to the disbelief of the home fans.

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Millwall extended their 17-game unbeaten league run with a 1-1 draw at Sheffield United to remain in the final playoff place.

They now have 92 points with 28 victories and eight draws, with 76 goals scored.

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