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Luke Reddy

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  1. Goodbye!

    What a start to Saturday's Premier League action that was. That's all from me for now, but you can read the report here and follow the rest of the day's Premier League matches here.

    Can Liverpool go seven points clear?

    Will Ole Gunnar Solskjaer win a seventh straight game as Manchester United boss?

    And there's a big game at the bottom - will Cardiff or Newcastle earn themselves a bit of breathing space in the fight to avoid the drop?

    And with that, it's time for a lie down. Bye!

  2. 'It was time to shut up shop'

    Wolves 4-3 Leicester

    Leicester City

    Leicester City captain Wes Morgan: "The second half was pretty good from us, the first half we had to put to bed, we showed the spirit we know we have. There were a few strong words said at half time and as a team we expect better from ourselves. We knew if we got one goal, we could get another. To go to 2-2 either team could come away with points, we conceded for 3-2 and then with my goal at 3-3 we thought it was the end of the game, so it is very hard to take.

    "To fight back all second half and then to get to 3-3 it was time to shut up shop and settle for the point. We fought so hard to get back into the game - you have to learn that we should shut up shop considering where we were after the first half. Credit to Wolves - it’s hard to take but there are positives we can take from the second half.

    "We started terribly, to concede two goals in 15 minutes is not like us. It makes our job a lot harder, we had a spell in the first half where we got into a rhythm, had some shots on goal, but couldn’t find a way through. There were strong words at half time and we came out in a different mindset, determined to put a performance in and put on a show for our fans.

    "It’s a great game from a neutral point of view, seven goals and plenty of action and drama but for us to come away with nothing is hard to take."

  3. 'A difficult defeat to accept'

    Wolves 4-3 Leicester

    Leicester City

    More from Claude Puel: "We didn't manage our goals conceded, we were poor in set pieces and balls behind our lines. We had desire to come back into the game and we showed positive attitude. We managed to come back with a positive attitude and that's why it's difficult to accept defeat and this goal - with better management this game is finished."

  4. 'We didn't manage the game - we were naive'

    Wolves 4-3 Leicester

    Leicester City

    Leicester manager Claude Puel speaking to Sky Sports: "It was an unbelievable game. I think we have a lot of different feelings in this game, we started with poor intentions and conceded two early goals. It was crazy, we come back into the game with good quality and good chances. We lacked quality in our play but we came back with fantastic spirit in the second half. We came back with desire, aggression and put Wolves under pressure.

    "We made good pressing, continued our intensity but conceded a third goal after a fantastic feeling to come back but to finish 4-3, we need to waste some time. We didn't manage the game at the end, we were naive in our goals and our management at the end of the game.

    "This game is finished [at 3-3] - we needed to keep our position without trying to score another goal because there was a lot of tiredness. It was a fantastic feeling [to come back] and of course it is a big disappointment at the end."

  5. Post update

    Wolves 4-3 Leicester

    Claude Puel looked devastated at the final whistle. We'll be hearing from the Leicester manager very shortly.

    That kind of ending really is not what you need when you're already under pressure.

    Claude Puel
  6. 'The kind of game I watched as a kid'

    Wolves 4-3 Leicester


    Wolves' hat-trick hero Diogo Jota: "This is the Premier League, every team has quality so it was a very open game, both teams got into the final third easily. The amount of goals is normal in a game like this, we could do better not to concede after going ahead but we got the win.

    "This is the kind of game I watched as a kid and now I am a part of it."

  7. 'A good game but one we have to look at'

    Wolves 4-3 Leicester


    Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo speaking to Sky Sports: "Very good game. But a game we have to look at. Everyone enjoys the result, a fantastic game of football with two teams playing to win the game. After our advantage we should manage the game better but in football it is never finished."

    On the start to the second half: "I wish I knew, I wish everybody knew, we have to look at it but we have to do better at 2-0 up. Now we are speaking with happiness but if not we would be blaming ourselves for what we did not achieve.

    "They know, they are experienced enough to know at two goals up the game is not over, we tried to stay in shape and avoid mistakes but their goals came from mistakes."

    On Ruben Neves' assist for Jota: "It was a very good pass, a fantastic pass."

    On being sent off: "I was sent off, but rightly so. You cannot go on the pitch. I tried but someone saw me."

    Nuno Espirito Santo
  8. 'My sending off the right decision'

    Wolves 4-3 Leicester


    Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo speaking to Match of the Day: "We should manage the game better but it's football. At 2-0 up we know Leicester would react, they play to win the game, but we should manage it better of course.

    "Both teams had inside of them the message of going for the game, that's why there were so many spaces."

    On his sending off: "I tried to avoid going inside the pitch but it is clear and I was sent off for it and it is the right decision."

  9. 'I wouldn't have fancied seeing the manager if it had been 3-3'

    Wolves 4-3 Leicester


    Wolves goalscorer Ryan Bennett speaking to Sky Sports: "It was tough, we went in 2-0 up and they came at us quickly in the second half but we dug in and that's what we do.

    "There were stupid mistakes, the first few minutes of the second half were erratic. If it finished 3-3 I wouldn't have fancied going back in to see the manager after that.

    "We knew it would be a tough game, it was good for me personally to get a goal. It's always massive at home. We wanted to go out and get the three points and get the fans going again. We went out there and got it done."

  10. 'You feel the greatest'

    Wolves 4-3 Leicester


    Wolves' Diogo Jota speaking to Sky Sports after scoring a hat-trick:

    "In a game like this when you win you feel the greatest man in the world.

    "We practise in training and we know Ruben Neves’ ability for long passes. We believe the ball will be there and just run and get the final touch."

    Asked if he thought he had missed the chance to win the game:

    "It was very close to the end of the game so it could have been the last opportunity but fortunately for us there was another one and I could score."

    Diogo Jota and Ruben Neves
  11. Post update

    Wolves 4-3 Leicester

    We've got reaction from the tunnel at Molineux coming up. Wolves manager Nuno Espitito Santo has been asked about being sent off. "I was - and rightly so," he says.

    Full quotes to come.

  12. Hat-trick hero Jota

    Wolves 4-3 Leicester

    Diogo Jota is the first Wolves player to score a top-flight hat-trick since John Richards in October 1977 - also against Leicester City.

  13. Nuno sees red...

    Wolves 4-3 Leicester

    Here's the moment Wolves boss Nuno Espírito Santo got himself sent off for celebrating a little too much.

    Some game.

    Wolves boss Nuno Espírito Santo was sent to the stands for his part in celebrating the winner
  14. 'What a game'

    Wolves 4-3 Leicester

    Leon Osman

    Former Everton midfielder on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Well, what a game of Premier League football we have enjoyed here this afternoon.

    Attacking, chances, goals, mistakes, it had absolutely everything.

    The happiness and devastation on the faces of the managers at the end says everything - it's a shame someone has to lose it but what a game.

    You could see how much that goal hurt Puel, it's as if he knew there will be repercussions from that goal.


    Wolves 4-3 Leicester

    Diogo Jota
  16. 'Poor Puel'

    Wolves 4-3 Leicester

    Leon Osman

    Former Everton midfielder on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Poor Claude Puel, he has his head in his hands - he knows how big that goal could be.

    It all opened up for Wolves, Jimenez has a simple task to roll it into Jota's path and somehow we could now have the winner of this game.

    Claude Puel
  17. GOAL - Wolves 4-3 Leicester

    Diogo Jota (hat-trick)

    Oh my word. Claude Puel is absolutely distraught. He puts his face in his hands instantly as Diogo Jota fires in off the post.

    The away side looked to play offside and a diagonal ball got Raul Jimenez in behind. He picked his head up and there was Jota in the middle, waiting to take aim and fire low into the net.

    What a game. What a moment.

    Diogo Jota
  18. CLOSE!

    Wolves 3-3 Leicester

    A ball over the top in the final minute of added time and again Diogo Jota chases. He's in is he.... no... yes... it's somehow denied as Kasper Schmeichel falls on the ball.

  19. Post update

    Wolves 3-3 Leicester

    We have two added minutes to come.

  20. Post update

    Wolves 3-3 Leicester

    The action continues as Wolves break having defended a corner and only a desperate run back and header from James Maddison stops Raul Jimenez from a shot.

    Wolves have a corner but it's seen out by the away defence.