Wolves 2 West Ham 3: Joe Edwards and Nathan Judah analysis - WATCH

Nuno Espirito Santo's charges threatened in attack all evening and put in a spirited second-half display, but they were undone by the excellent Jesse Lingard at Molineux in a costly first period.

Nathan Judah and Joe Edwards
Nathan Judah and Joe Edwards

He danced his way through to open the scoring and also played a vital part in goals for both Pablo Fornals and Jarrod Bowen.

Wolves, in the wake of Jonny Castro Otto injuring both his anterior cruciate ligament and medial collateral ligament, responded through Leander Dendoncker and substitute Fabio Silva.

Ultimately, though, haphazard defending was the decisive factor and they remain 14th in the Premier League – nine points clear of the drop zone with eight games left to play.

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