Wolverhampton Wanderers eased relegation fears last night by staging a late comeback to defeat Brentford 2-1 at Griffin Park.
Maxime Colin’s strike for Brentford looked like the match-winner, until Matt Doherty and Helder Costa scored goals within the space of three-minutes to give Paul Lambert’s side a vital three-points in their fight for survival.
Tuesday’s victory was Wolves’ second in four days, as they backed up Saturday’s 1-0 win over Rotherham United, to move to 18th in the Sky Bet Championship table.
Lambert’s side are now four-points above the bottom-three, with ten fixtures of the Championship season remaining.
Before the international break, Wolves face high-flying Fulham at Craven Cottage on Saturday, where they will be looking for a third consecutive victory.
As the season heads into April, Lambert’s side face massive games against relegation rivals Nottingham Forest and Bristol City, back-to-back fixtures which could define Wolves’ season.
Following another vital three-points last night, here is how Wolves fans are reacting on Twitter…
And a Wolves win, deservedly so after dominating the game! Massive result, one I didn't expect, 8 more points needed I believe #wwfc
— Josh Tunnicliffe (@Tunni90) March 14, 2017
— Old Man Thames (@E14Wolves) March 14, 2017
Back to back league wins for the first time under Paul Lambert #wwfc
— Tom Tracey (@tomtracey12) March 14, 2017
— Jason Small (@JasonSmall2501) March 14, 2017
I know it was only Brentford away on a Tues night, but absolutely loved that win. Absolute scenes in the away end when Costa scored! #wwfc
— Ed Watson Jones (@edwatsonjones) March 14, 2017
Can we have some home performances like last night please! Season tickets don't come cheap #wwfc
— Nigel Bristow (@Nigel_Bristow) March 15, 2017
Haven't slept, still as high as a kite after last night! #wwfc
— Simon Flavell (@FlavellSimon) March 15, 2017
Fell asleep at 1-0 down last night, just checked the result. Get in Helder! #WWFC
— Nick Wall (@NickWolf89) March 15, 2017