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  2. Gunnarsson acrobatically scores leveller before Hoilett curls in from distance
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By Tom Rostance

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    And that's all from us for the night!

    See you tomorrow for six Premier League matches and more...

  2. 'I told Hoilett to cut in and shoot'

    Cardiff 2-1 Wolves

    Cardiff City

    Nei lWarnock

    Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock to BBC Sport: "The fans have been amazing this season - they all know we're trying our hardest

    "We're improving. We're playing some good football at times. We deserved to win tonight. The fans drove us on tonight and never got on our back at 1-0 down."

    On Junior Hoilett's goal...

    "I was right in line with it. I'm not a miracle man but I told him before the game 'cut in from the right and have a go'.

    "[Their goal was] from a set-piece, that was our strength last season. That upset me."

    On his 70th birthday tomorrow...

    "I'll sleep well tonight. I'm not getting any younger so you have to treasure these moments. I've got all the kids with me tomorrow, Sharon's organised it all. If we'd lost tonight it wouldn't have been anywhere near as good as it will be."

  3. 'We're on a slippery slope'

    Cardiff 2-1 Wolves


    Wolves defender Matt Doherty on Sky Sports: "That's the nature of the Premier League, you have to be ruthless in both boxes. Once you start losing games it's a slippery slope.

    "We are worried. Coming into the season we had high hopes and we are a good team, we should be winning here, we should be beating Huddersfield at home. We need to look at ourselves.

    "We are not used to losing games since the manager came in. The run we are on is uncharted territory for us."

  4. 'You can't buy confidence'

    Cardiff 2-1 Wolves



    Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo on Sky Sports: "The first goal is too easy for them, after that the game became difficult. It's hard when you take the lead and you lose the game.

    "We had chances, but we need more possession of the ball. They hit us with long balls and it caused us trouble.

    "Confidence is not something that you can buy. The first goal was maybe a foul - I was a goalkeeper and when someone touches you it's hard.

    "I'm concious that we are a lot of games without a win"

  5. 'As a former goalkeeper I think it was a foul'

    Cardiff 2-1 Wolves


    Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo to BBC Sport: "All defeats are hard to take. But when you have the lead and the game changes, it's very hard.

    "I think we had a better game than last week. The first half was good. But the second half we didn't do enough to hang onto the lead."

    Should Cardiff's equaliser have counted or did Callum Paterson foul Rui Patricio?

    "It's hard to judge. As a former goalkeeper I think it was a foul."

    "[On Wolves' form] It's about being cautious. We are in a bad moment. We have good and bad performances but are not achieving results.

    "I'll have a nice chat with him [Neil Warnock] and congratulate him."

  6. ''We wanted it more'

    Cardiff 2-1 Wolves

    Neil warnock

    Cardiff boss Neil Warnock, who turns 70 on Saturday, talking about the win on Sky Sports: "I said to the boys it's about time they gave me something to celebrate. I'm really proud of them. I didn't think we deserved to be 1-0 down. In the second half we were on the front foot for most of the time.

    "Gunnars (Gunnarsson) knows he made a mistake (for the Wolves goal) but he apologised. I said to the boys, 'you have to get Gunnars out of the cart'. I think we had some good opportunities after the break - I thought we wanted it more."

    On the Wolves goal: "Set-pieces were our strength last year. Gunnars knew straight away. They're doing their best though. You saw the spirit."

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    Ruben Neves played fewer passes than Bruno Manga tonight. There's a stat you didn't expect to see.

  8. On the slide?

    Cardiff 2-1 Wolves

    Cardiff goal

    After losing just one of their first eight games in the Premier League this season (W4 D3), Wolves have since lost five of their last six (D1).

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    Here comes Neil Warnock, to the Sky pitchside desk. He's not happy with conceding from set-pieces...

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    Cardiff 2-1 Wolves

    Cardiff City have picked up nine of their 11 Premier League points this season from trailing positions, the joint-most in the division alongside Arsenal.

  11. Looking better?

    Yes, I know everyone else is still to play this weekend. But...

  12. 'I enjoyed that goal'

    Cardiff 2-1 Wolves

    Cardiff match-winner Junior Hoilett on Sky Sports: "Everybody gives 100% for the club, the fans and each other.

    "We started off a bit slow, but then came out better in the second half. I enjoyed that goal."

    Junior Hoilett
  13. 'We deserved the win'

    Cardiff 2-1 Wolves

    Cardiff goalscorer Aron Gunnarsson on Sky Sports: "It's always good to get a win at home. The first half wasn’t good enough, but in the second half we came out fighting and we deserved that three points."

    Aron Gunnarsson
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    Another rendition of Blue by Eiffel 65. Every few months, three Italians must get a confusing royalty cheque through from Cardiff City.

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    At least nine times out of 10, a foul is given. I have to agree.

    Goalkeepers get so much protection in their own area.

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    SMS Message: Clear foul on the keeper got them back in the match. More contact on Patricio than the "foul" on Hoillet in the build-up. from Unhappy Wanderer
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    Cardiff 2-1 Wolves

    Neil Warnock is happy now, he's out on the pitch embracing his players and applauding his adoring public.

    What a job he has done at Cardiff.

    Neil Warnock

    Cardiff 2-1 Wolves

    A big win for Cardiff! Neil Warnock is not quite smiling but he'll be loving that surely. His side have come from behind to win, for the third time this season.

    Hats off to him.

    Junior Hoilett
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    Cardiff 2-1 Wolves

    Wolves trying to play Cardiff at their own game now, launching into the mixer, but Sol Bamba was born for this.

    Sol Bamba
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    Cardiff 2-1 Wolves

    Neil Warnock is as animated as ever. He's 70 tomorrow, what's he going to be doing? Having all the lads over for the Fury fight?