Wolves up to fifth after Cutrone and Dendoncker sink West Ham

The biggest challenge for Wolves on their way to fifth place in the Premier League and the knockout stages of the Europa League has been how well their back-up cast can come in for the regulars. So Patrick Cutrone’s clinching goal four minutes from time, after the Italian was teed up by fellow substitute Pedro Neto, could prove crucial in a month when Nuno Espírito Santo’s men play eight games.

With Leander Dendoncker scoring the opening goal as Wolves made it 10 top-flight games unbeaten for the first time in 47 years, this was a night when Adama Traoré, Raúl Jiménez and Diogo Jota could all play major but supporting roles.

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