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90' + 1'
J. Vertonghen
C. Eriksen
1 - 2
L. Dendoncker
Yellow Card
H. Kane
Yellow Card
Adama Traoré
R. Jiménez
1 - 1
Lucas Moura
E. Dier
0 - 1

Match Stats

57% 42%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 5 5
Total Passes 494 375
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Tottenham leapfrog Wolves in the Premier League table and will be eager to build on this victory when they host Chelsea next weekend. Meanwhile, Nuno Espirito Santo's men shall be desperate to put their disappointment behind them at Norwich, after seeing their 11-match unbeaten run come to an end.
Tottenham Hotspur have snatched a dramatic victory over Wolves thanks to Jan Vertonghen's stoppage-time header. The game looked to be heading for a draw after Adama Traore cancelled out Lucas Moura's first-half strike, but Vertonghen popped up to give Jose Mourinho a fourth win in five games.
90' + 5' Not quite! Following a lengthy spell of pressure, Jota lets fly but is unable to direct his powerful 20-yard effort towards goal.
90' + 4' Wolves have a corner! Can they force a dramatic equaliser here?
J. Foyth
Son Heung-Min
90' + 2' Meanwhile, Juan Foyth comes on for Son.
H. Winks
D. Alli
90' + 2' Mourinho immediately turns to the bench as Harry Winks is introduced in favour of Alli.
J. Vertonghen
90' + 1' VERTONGHEN!!! 2-1! SPURS HAVE SURELY WON IT! The defender is left completely unmarked to meet Eriksen's corner and plant his header firmly beyond the reach of Patricio.
C. Eriksen
90' + 1' Within seconds of his introduction, Eriksen makes an immediate impact as his corner is headed in by Vertonghen.
90' Traore is back on the field as the fourth official indicates there will be four additional minutes at the end of this game.
89' Traore is in need of attention as he stays down holding his shoulder. The winger is desperate not to be replaced in the latter stages of this contest.
C. Eriksen
Lucas Moura
89' Meanwhile, Spurs make the first change of the game as Lucas makes way for Christian Eriksen.
L. Dendoncker
Yellow Card
89' Dendoncker is booked for bringing down Kane.
86' The honours are still even as we enter the last five minutes at Molineux. Can either side find a winner, or will the spoils be shared?
84' GOOD SAVE! Terrific reflexes from Gazzaniga deny Saiss' header from the resulting free-kick. Jota follows up but blazes his effort over.
H. Kane
Yellow Card
83' Kane is booked for a rash challenge on Traore.
82' A good long ball sends Jota on his way down the left flank, but Sissoko times his challenge well to stop him advancing - albeit at the expense of a corner.
79' End to end! We are set for an exciting finish to this game. Alderweireld makes a strong block to deny Jimenez at one end and Spurs counter immediately, before Kane's ambitious effort goes high and wide of the target.
E. Dier
Yellow Card
77' Dier takes out Traore, who was threatening to break on a quickfire counter, and is shown a yellow card.
R. Saïss
Yellow Card
75' Saiss has his name taken this time for a foul on Lucas.
72' The check is complete and there will be no penalty for Tottenham. Coady is deemed to have taken the ball.
71' Despite appeals for offside, Spurs play on and Lucas squares the ball for Kane, who is denied by Coady. But hang on, we're going to VAR...
T. Alderweireld
Yellow Card
69' Alderweireld is booked for a rash challenge on Traore.
Adama Traoré
67' TRAORE EQUALISES!!! IT'S 1-1! What a strike by the Spaniard! Wolves are level as Traore unleashes a powerful 20-yard effort that leaves Gazzaniga clutching at thin air.
R. Jiménez
67' Jimenez retained possession before feeding Traore, who brings this match level.
Jonny Castro
Yellow Card
65' Jonny now has his name taken for a foul on Lucas.
D. Sánchez
Yellow Card
64' Sanchez goes into the book for bringing down Jonny.
63' Sarcastic cheers echo around Molineux as Son significantly overhits his free-kick. Spurs were awarded the set-piece in a dangerous area, but the South Korean got his delivery all wrong.
João Moutinho
Yellow Card
60' Moutinho is shown the first yellow card of the game for a foul on Son.
58' At the other end, Alli cuts inside and gets his shot away from the edge of the area. However, there is not quite enough bend on his effort that goes wide of the post.
56' Wolves have certainly been the better of the sides at the start of the second half. They are continuing to threaten Spurs, but the visitors have stood firm so far.
53' Tottenham still lead at Molineux and they will be desperate to end their recent struggles on the road, which have brought 10 defeats from 14 Premier League games.
51' Wolves appeal for a penalty, claiming a cross from the left flank struck the arm of Sanchez. However, the referee quickly waves those appeals away
49' Good effort! A hugely positive start to the second half by Wolves. Moments after Traore's cross causes problems, Jimenez lets fly with a powerful effort from distance that Gazzaniga is forced to palm away.
46' Wolves get the ball rolling again in the second half.
Spurs have the lead but both sides are carrying a real attacking threat today. Wolves must continue to pluck away in search of an equaliser after the break.
Lucas Moura separates the two sides at the break. The Brazilian put Tottenham in front after just eight minutes at Molineux, with a thumping strike into the roof of the net beyond the helpless Rui Patricio.
44' End-to-end stuff! Moments after, Sissoko almost turns a cross beyond his own goalkeeper, Spurs go up the other end with Kane feeding Lucas, who is denied by a solid defensive block.
42' The hosts look to hit back before the break with Traore embarking on another charging run. He gets his cross in, but Spurs head clear.
40' We are into the last five minutes of the first half at Molineux. Spurs still have the lead, but Wolves remain very much in this contest.
38' But for the upright, Tottenham would have had breathing space in this contest. The way that Dier and Alli executed that one-two highlights the confidence that is flowing through the side under Mourinho.
36' OFF THE POST! Dier is whiskers away from doubling the lead. The holding midfielder is the furthest man forward for Spurs after latching onto a neat return pass from Alli. However, the woodwork denies him.
34' At the other end, Kane goes to ground under a challenge from Saiss. The England captain wants a penalty, but the referee is not interested.
31' Traore leads the charge down the right flank with a typically powerful run and cross. Nevertheless, Sanchez is well-placed again to clear the danger.
29' The momentum is certainly with Wolves at the moment. Tottenham are clinging on to their lead but their dedication towards doing that was certainly demonstrated there.
27' Good block! Moments later, Jota is found in space and darts towards the penalty area. The Portugal international cuts inside and gets a shot away, but a diving Sanchez puts his body in the way.
26' CHANCE! Just wide! Jota feeds the ball into Jimenez in the box, but the Mexican pokes his effort just wide of the target.
25' Jota bursts into life down the left wing and cuts inside before shooting from a tight angle. However, Dier is well-placed to block and divert the ball away to safety.
23' Not quite the end product they were after but that was better from Wolves. They will be eager to extend their unbeaten run in the Premier League that stretches back 11 games.
21' Moutinho whips in a good cross from the right flank that is met by Jimenez, but the Mexican is unable to direct his header towards goal.
19' Molineux urging Wolves on and they force a corner as Traore's attempted cross is deflected behind by Vertonghen.
17' Tottenham are eyeing a fourth win in five games since Mourinho took over. That is already as many in the Premier League as they managed in the last 15 matches of Mauricio Pochettino's tenure. 
15' Wolves look to respond and after being fed by Moutinho, Traore cuts inside from the right wing before getting a shot away. However, his drilled effort goes straight into the arms of Gazzaniga.
14' Tottenham do boast a decent record at Molineux in the Premier League; losing just once in their last five visits. That came in February 2010, when David Jones scored the only goal in a 1-0 win for Wolves.
12' The visitors have their tails up and go in search of a second. Alli embarks on a dangerous run into the area, but Patricio is quickly out of goal to narrow the angle and deny the midfielder.
10' What an emphatic strike that was by Lucas! Spurs had to weather the storm for a couple of minutes but, having successfully done so, they now lead at Molineux.
Lucas Moura
8' LUCAS!!! 1-0 SPURS! What a goal! Moments after Patricio denies Son, he can do nothing to prevent Lucas scoring. Receiving the ball from Dier, the Brazilian evades a couple of challenges and advances into the area, before unleashing a thumping shot into the roof of the net.
E. Dier
8' Dier won the header in the centre of the field and Lucas did the rest.
6' Wolves look to turn up the pressure as they force a couple of corners. However, Spurs are alert and able to clear on both occasions.
4' At the other end, Jimenez seeks out Traore with a diagonal crossfield pass. However, the execution is not quite there and the ball goes out for a throw-in.
2' A positive start to the game from Spurs sees Lucas advance into the area, but Wolves just about recover to stop him from getting a shot on goal.
1' Stuart Attwell is our referee today. He blows his whistle and Tottenham get the match underway.
The teams are making their way out onto the field and kick-off is moments away.
Wolves came out on top when the sides met at Wembley in December 2018. Can they record back-to-back wins against Spurs for the first time since the 2009-10 season?
Jose Mourinho also rings the changes for Spurs; making six to the side that was beaten by Bayern Munich in midweek. Harry Kane, Jan Vertonghen and Serge Aurier are among those recalled, as well as Dele Alli for his 200th club appearance.
Nuno makes seven changes to the side that began Wolves’ commanding 4-0 win over Besiktas in the Europa League on Thursday. That means recalls to the starting line-up for the likes of Rui Patricio, Raul Jimenez and Diogo Jota, who scored an 11-minute hat-trick off the bench in that game.
SUBS: Alfie Whiteman, Juan Foyth, Ryan Sessegnon, Harry Winks, Oliver Skipp, Christian Eriksen, Giovani Lo Celso.
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR (4-2-3-1): Paulo Gazzaniga; Serge Aurier, Toby Alderweireld, Davinson Sanchez, Jan Vertonghen; Eric Dier, Moussa Sissoko; Dele Alli, Heung-Min Son, Lucas Moura; Harry Kane (captain).
SUBS: John Ruddy, Ryan Bennett, Max Kilman, Ruben Vinagre, Pedro Neto, Patrick Cutrone, Benny Ashley-Seal.
WOLVES (3-4-3): Rui Patricio; Leander Dendoncker, Conor Coady (captain), Romain Saiss; Matt Doherty, Joao Moutinho, Ruben Neves, Jonny; Adama Traore, Raul Jimenez, Diogo Jota.
Sixth-place Wolves are aiming to stretch their 11-match unbeaten run in the Premier League. Although, a win for Tottenham, who are currently eighth, would see them leapfrog Nuno Espirito Santo's men.
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