Wolves profit from Illan Meslier’s unlucky own goal to edge to Leeds win

Wolves profit from Illan Meslier’s unlucky own goal to edge to Leeds win

The Guardian

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Adama Traoré tends to specialise in the spectacular. Wolves had been waiting for him to turn on the style and, with an hour played, Traore took matters into his own hands, bouncing in off the left wing before sending a thunderbolt against the bar to earn Nuno Espirito Santo’s side successive league wins for the first time since October. The sad thing is, his handiwork – a preposterous striker from outside the box – will ultimately go down as an Ilan Meslier own goal, given his effort fell in off the backside of the Leeds goalkeeper before rippling the net.

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