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Wolves ran Premier League leaders Chelsea close in their Fifth Round Emirates FA Cup tie on Saturday, but were unable to claim a third successive top flight scalp as they were ultimately beaten 2-0.
The largest crowd at Molineux for 36 years got right behind the team throughout the game, and Head Coach Paul Lambert was particularly enthused by the reaction to conceding the last minute second goal as the supporters responded by showing their appreciation for the efforts of Wolves’ players.
Now it’s back to league business, and a crucial Midlands derby with Birmingham City on Friday night, for which all tickets and concessions for home supporters are half price.
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