As it happened: An incredible Wolves comeback halts Spurs' title challenge (1-3)
Son Heung-Min of Tottenham Hotspur and Helder Costa of Wolverhampton Wanderers during the Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Tottenham Hotspur at Molineux on November 3, 2018 (Photo by Molly Darlington - AMA/Getty Images)

As it happened: An incredible Wolves comeback halts Spurs' title challenge (1-3)

Live text commentary of Spurs vs Wolves in the Premier League. Kick off is set for 3pm GMT.

Will Laing
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An incredible come back from Wolves now means they have lost only once in their last five outings, leaving them high and mighty in seventh place.
That result ends Tottenham's winning Premier League run and continues Wolves' fantastic form against the top six. 

Spurs are now six points off leaders Liverpool, with the leaders coming up against Arsenal in today's later kick off.

Full time
90+5' Stuart Attwell has blown for full time to confirm a fantastic three points for Wolves and a huge dent in Spurs' title challenge.
92' It doesn't seem as though the home fans hold much hope, Wembley is getting emptier and emptier as the seconds progress.
Added time
90' There will be five minutes added on for Spurs to salvage what they can from this game.
89' No doubt Liverpool fans will be loving this at the moment.
Goal for Wolves
87' What an incredible five minutes this has been. Substitute Helder Costa makes a run through the middle on the counter attack and strokes it past Lloris.

Spurs are absolutely stunned, this certainly wasn't in the script. 

85' Morgan Gibbs-White is going to finish the game off, he has come on in the place of Ivan Cavaleiro.
Goal for Wolves
84' Unbelievable. Raul Jimenez steps up to the mark yet again for his first away goal of the season. As he receives the ball from Cavaleiro he wrong foots Toby Alderweireld and smoothly slots it into the bottom left hand corner.

The Mexican has been booked for his celebration but I'm sure he won't mind.

Yellow Card
81' Now Harry Kane has been booked for what was quite a clear dive from the England captain.

Now he has an MBE am I allowed to say that?

79' The travelling side have yet another corner, grass is green.

Are the travelling side going to push for more than just the one point?

75' Are Tottenham going to regret not putting more pressure on the visitors after their first goal?

Well we shall soon see if they have what it takes to respond to that equaliser. 

Goal for Wolves
72' Can you believe it, just as he did against Manchester City earlier in the season, Willy Boly rises to a corner and powers his header past Hugo Lloris.

A huge goal for Wolves and also a goal that has done Spurs' title chase no good at all.

68' Although it was a doubt whether or not he would start, Dele Alli has put in a good performance and will now be replaced by Lucas Moura. 

Wolves make their own change as Dendonker leaves the field, Joao Moutinho will come on as a creative spark in midfield.

66' Wolves are really going to have to step it up a couple of notches if they are going to recreate results like the one against Chelsea a few weeks ago.
64' This game has really slowed down and Spurs are comfortable playing this game at walking pace.
Substitution for Wolves
59' Despite a strong performance from the winger, Adama Traore has been replace by Helder Costa.

He looks frustrated as he makes his way to the touchline.

55' Despite being on top there is a certain sense of anxiety amongst the Spurs fans. They are creating the more dangerous chances but as long as they aren't going in, the frustration may continue.
51' The first corner of the half goes to Wolves. Traore showing his threat with a change of pace towards the right hand side, but he struggled to get a shot on goal and takes a corner instead.
47' A ball into the Spurs box was dealt with well by Trippier but his efforts have left him injured after being clattered by Ivan Cavaleiro.
Second Half
46' Goalscorer Harry Kane is the difference between the two sides and he leads his side out for the second half. Can Wolves get themselves back into the game?
Half Time
45+2' Wolves are unfortunate to be a goal down after a decent performance. They did all the right things in keeping Spurs to long range efforts and not allowing any chances inside the box.

It just so happens Kane will take whatever chance you give him.

Added Time
45' There will just two minutes added on to this first half. I'm sure Pochettino will be pleased with that, it has been a routine first 45 from his lads.
Yellow Card
42' Eriksen gets booked for tripping winger Adama Traore. the Dane is now the second man in the book for Spurs this afternoon.
41' The game has really settled down now, not many chances for either side. It seems as though Tottenham are sensibly seeing out the rest of this first half.
35' Wolves are struggling to keep possession in midfield at the moment, Alli and Winks are absolutely swamping them when they get on the ball.
29' Although it has been a quiet three or four minutes, all Spurs had to do was play a couple of probing passes through to Son and he created his own bit of space.

The South Korean almost tried to one up Kane's effort with a similar left footed strike that went just wide of the post.

25' Wolves have responded well to going a goal down, the visitors are in search of an equaliser.

Every time they go forward it seems to result in a corner.

Goal for Spurs
22' What a week it has been for England striker Harry Kane, first an MBE and now he grabs the opening goal here at Wembley.

A speculative effort as he cut inside on to his so called weak left foot bends right round the keeper and into the top left corner. 1-0.

19' Dele Alli laid the ball off for attacking midfielder Eriksen for a curling effort towards Wolves' goal. The Portuguese goalkeeper stretched well towards his right hand side to tip the shot out for a corner. 
15' A fantastic ball over from Willy Boly lands at the feet of Traore who attacks down the right hand side.

His attempted cross strikes the arm of left back Ben Davies but the penalty claims were waved away and a corner was given.

13' It was indeed Trippier that tried his luck, unfortunately for him it was straight at the keeper.
Dangerous Free Kick
12' Raul Jimenez brings down Kane 25 yards from goal, looks like perfect range for Kieran Trippier.
11' The home side are the ones who are controlling the possession, but its clear that Wolves are constantly looking to get the pace and power of Adama Traore in behind that Spurs defence at every opportunity.
8' In form Son takes the first shot of the game. It was a long range effort that never really looked to threaten Rui Patricio between the sticks.
6' Play will continue now both players have received treatment.
4' After a fast start from both sides, Dendonker and Sissokho both end up on the deck following a clash of knees in the middle of the park.
Kick off
1' Wolves take kick off and get things underway at Wembley.
Wolves Line Up
Starting XI: Patricio, Doherty, Bennett, Coady, Dendoncker, Boly, Jonny, Neves, Cavaleiro, Traore, Jimenez.

Subs: Ruddy, Costa, Gibbs-White, Saiss, Moutinho, Vinagre, Bonatini.

Spurs Line Up
Starting XI: Lloris, Trippier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Davies, Sissoko, Alli, Eriksen, Winks, Son, Kane. 

Subs: Gazzaniga, Rose, Mkoudou, Walker-Peters, Foyth, Lucas Moura, Skipp.

Join us from around an hour before kick-off for confirmed team line-ups.
Wolves' man to watch
After scoring in the reverse fixture, I wouldn't bet against Jimenez chipping in with another goal in tomorrow afternoon's fixture. The Mexican forward has scored two goals in his last five games, making him Wolves' top scorer with a respectable total of five.
Super Son
Son Hueng-Min is the current in-form forward for the London side. The South Korean has scored an incredible five goals in his last three competitive games for Spurs and there would be no surprises if his name popped up on the scoresheet again tomorrow.
Have Wolves turned a corner?
The visitors have only lost once in their last five league games, including games against Liverpool and Chelsea. However, in the bigger picture, Wolves have only won on three occasions in their previous 11 Premier League fixtures. They are going to have to bring their most recent form to the table if they are to avenge November's 3-2 home defeat.
High flying Spurs
Following Manchester City's defeat to Leicester, Spurs have leapfrogged the defending champions into second place. They will be aiming to continue their run of five straight Premier League wins and will be looking at furthering their pursuit of league leaders Liverpool.
It has been eight years since Wolves last got the better of the London side. The Wanderers managed to edge a 1-0 victory back in February of 2010 thanks to now 34 year old midfielder David Jones.
The reverse fixture
The last time these two sides met was a five goal thriller earlier in the season at Molineux. Spurs managed to hold on against a second half comeback from the hosts that saw goals from both Ruben Neves and Raul Jimenez.
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