Stoppage time drama as Wolves win at West Ham

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Adama Traore’s stoppage time winner condemned West Ham United to a fourth-straight loss and sent Wolves into the top half after a 1-0 win at the London Stadium on Saturday.

Goalkeeper Rui Patricio was fantastic for Wolves in the win.

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Patricio stopped Felipe Anderson‘s early effort in a first half with very little to offer neutrals (or anyone, really).

A drowsy match sprung to life in the second half, with Rui Patricio stymying Michail Antonio and Lukasz Fabianski denying Wolves’ Leo Bonatini.

Matt Doherty‘s pinpoint cross to find Raul Jimenez was butchered by the Mexican striker as Wolves came close to an opener.

Marko Arnautovic‘s terrific combination with Javier Hernandez was foiled by an equally impressive save by the left shoulder of Rui Patricio.

That blast his Patricio in the face, and after several minutes treatment he was allowed to continue into the final seven minutes of the match.

But Wolves got the win off a Carlos Sanchez error, as Ruben Neves stripped the West Ham man at midfield and cued up a Traore winner.

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