Wolves can look forward to Europa League group stage football after getting the better of Torino in the play-off round last night.
Our European journey continues as tonight’s result means Wolves qualify for the @EuropaLeague group stages!
— Wolves (@Wolves) August 29, 2019
Wolves now join fellow Premier League clubs Arsenal and Manchester United in the group stage of the Europa League after coming through three rounds of qualifying to get this far.
Wolves then cruised past FC Pyunik of Armenia, winning both legs 4-0 to set up a play-off clash against Torino.
Nuno’s men took a huge step towards group stage qualification with last week’s 3-2 win away to the Serie A side and then finished the job with victory at Molineux last night, ensuring that they go into the group stage having won all six of their qualifying matches.
Prior to this year, Wolves had not played in European competition for almost four decades, their last continental participation coming in the UEFA Cup as far back as 1980.
These Wolves fans were understandably gleeful at reaching the Europa League group stage:
Congratulations Wolves . Love European Molineux occasions .
— Alan Leese . (@_AlanLeese) August 29, 2019
Doing a Burnley ay we lads?
— Kane Jones (@Kane9187) August 29, 2019
What a fantastic Euro campaign!!
Loving it! pic.twitter.com/wO6pVBEIsI
— Dorman Neeley (@RonRung) August 29, 2019
Not one of them let us down. Traore = MOTM (that run in the first half!), but it could’ve been any of them. Proud tonight.
— dmbwolf (@dmbwolf73) August 29, 2019
YES BOYS!!! So proud – assured, confident, creative, dominant… EXCEPTIONAL!!! #WOLTOR
— Olly Stock (@olly_stock) August 29, 2019
— Twinny (@TF7twin) August 29, 2019
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