On This Day: Bakary Sako scores a quickfire double to sink Fulham.
Konstantinos Stafylidis of Fulham battles with James Henry of Wolverhampton Wanderers during the FA Cup Third Round match between Fulham and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Craven Cottage on January 3, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images)

Wolverhampton Wanderers have some memorable matches that they have played on the 24th February and the Wolves faithful will no doubt, hold some of the memories from these matches dearly to their hearts, like the 3-0 home win against Fulham and the 2-0 home victory versus Southend.

Vavel will take a look back at some of the best highlights on this day for the Wanderers.

2015- Wolves 3-0 Fulham

Wolves comprehensively beat Fulham 3-0 thanks to goals from Danny Batth and Bakary Sako.

This was Wolves' first season back in the Sky Bet Championship after Kenny Jackett's men won Sky Bet League One in the 2013/14 season.

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The Wolves breakthrough came in the 10th minute after a Sako corner was met the head of Batth, who towered above the Fulham defenders and sent his bullet header into the net past a helpless Marcus Bettinelli in the Fulham goal.

The 17,744 Wolves fans in attendance at Molineux were served up a treat by Sako, his first goal coming from outside the box in the 40th minute, he shifted the ball onto his left foot and fired a shot through a crowded penalty area and into the bottom corner.

Sako's second goal came just five minutes later and it was arguably better than the first, picking the ball up on the left flank, Sako drove into the penalty area beating two men before firing his shot between the keeper's legs.

1996- Wolves 2-0 Southend United

Wolves beat Southend United in the old First Division back in 1996, scoring their goals on either side of half-time with the goal scorers being Eric Young and Andrew Thompson. Thompson a Wolves Legend, who registered 376 league appearances for the club, scored one of his 43 Wolves goals in this match.

Young's goal came from a freekick on the left-hand side in the 28th minute, which was whipped in with pace he glanced it into the net past the Southend goalkeeper sending the home faithful into raptures.

Wolves had a plethora of chances in both halves in between the two goals with the best chance a diving header that went just past the post. Wolves' second goal came through Thompson who volleyed home from eight yards out after a pin perfect cross from the right-hand side.

2007- Wolves 1-0 Leeds United

Mick McCarthy's promotion-chasing Wolves side eased past Leeds United at Molineux, with Michael Knightly scoring the games singular goal in the 76th minute.

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Leeds were bottom of the table at the time of the meeting between the two sides and the Wolves victory did not help their survival hopes.

Knightly cut inside from the left for his goal blasting his effort into the net, the Wolves fans behind the goal released an almighty cheer, which was a sign of the pressure that had been building throughout the game.

Wolves, who eventually lost in the Play-Off Semi-Final against fierce rivals West Brom, were in a rich vein of form, with this being their sixth game in an eight-game unbeaten run, winning seven of those eight games, which bolstered their, in the end unsuccessful, bid for promotion.