Good day: Philip Billing
Head and shoulders above anyone on the field, even allowing for Aaron Mooy’s two goals. His energy, power and drive were key to Town taking all three points, Billing’s afternoon epitomised by the goal-line clearance that saw Jimenez denied by the slimmest of margins.
Bad day: Nunu Espirito Santo
Looked distinctly unimpressed by his side’s struggles to match the energetic visitors. The Portuguese’s look of disdain as Adama Traore looked across to the bench after failing to win a freekick said it all.
Key moment: 73rd minute
Town’s season is littered with games where they have failed to capitalise when on top, allowing the opposition back into proceedings. Only once the visitors had a two-goal cushion, Aaron Mooy’s free-kick doing the trick, did the three points look safe.
Ref watch: Kevin Friend
Excellent game. Used his cards well and deserves huge credit for awarding the free-kick that led to Town’s second goal. Steve Mounie had been fouled but tried to stay on his feet only for a second defender to clear the ball and Friend rightly penalised that initial foul.
Comfortably Town’s best display on the road and maybe of the entire season. Against a Wolves side who have rightly won a host of admirers over the past 16 months, Town were dominant and could have won by more.