While they lost the game, it was in controversial circumstances as the match was decided by a first-half penalty from Jamie Vardy. Max Kilman was judged to have handled Dennis Praet’s cross, even though he was stood very close to him.
Referee Anthony Taylor gave the penalty after consulting the VAR official using the pitch-side monitor.
Wolves lacked that creative spark needed to get over the line on the day, with just two shots on target and only producing one clear-cut chance (Sofascore).
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With this in mind, supporters were critical of the manager, whose side missed the chance of moving into the top four, had they beaten Leicester.
Fans point finger at Nuno
8 games in now and while our points return of 13 isn’t too bad, we are badly underachieving when it comes to our performances. Nuno quite simply should be getting more out of the players at his disposal #wwfc
— Sam (@SamW160) November 8, 2020
More rubbish dished up from nuno too deep this midfield ain’t working the better teams overun us in midfield dedoncker ran round like headless chicken
— Richard Atkiss (@AtkissRichard) November 8, 2020
Dont see us progressing any further under nuno
— J (@PrimeRaulx) November 8, 2020
If that’s Nuno’s idea of wolves progressing then god help us
— danrhodes76 (@danrhodes76) November 8, 2020
Nuno at fault once again for anti football tactics, no flow and no composure
— swillz (@swi11z) November 8, 2020
Nuno out pls we are shocking and not going anywhere
— Chris Knowles (@ChrisKnowles85) November 8, 2020
In other news, Wolves fans left dismayed after ‘bizarre’ decision.
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