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Wolves defeat Southampton 3-1, with goals from Jimenez and Coady, as Ward-Prowse’s wonder goal fails to prevent Bruno Lage’s side from moving up to eighth place.

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With a 3-1 win over Southampton at Molineux, the Wolves moved up to eighth in the Premier League table.

After Jan Bednarek fouled Rayan Ait Nouri inside the area, Raul Jimenez scored a penalty to give the hosts the lead in the first half.

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Coady netted Wolves' second from close range

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Ward-Prowse pulled one back for the visitors with a stunning free-kick

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After a VAR review, referee Michael Salisbury decided to award a penalty.

And Jimenez did not disappoint, sending Fraser Forster the wrong way for his fourth goal of the campaign.

Conor Coady bundled home Max Kilman’s close-range header 14 minutes into the second half to double Wolves’ lead. The initial effort had come back off the post.

Late on, James Ward-Prowse scored a REMARKABLE consolation goal with a 35-yard free-kick, but it wasn’t enough as Adama Traore sealed the points for the home side with a third.

Wolves now have the same point total as Manchester United, who are in seventh place.

Southampton are still in 12th place, 11 points clear of the drop zone.

More to follow.

Southampton suffered their seventh Premier League defeat of the season

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The Mexican celebrated by putting the ball under his shirt

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Wolves are solidifying themselves as a top eight Prem side once more

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Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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