Wolves, in short, was a game that Brighton could not afford to lose and they played with that mindset throughout. Jota had earlier hit the bar and Ryan had a few other saves to make, but Wolves never worked Ryan enough despite dominating possession. With 10 players generally behind the ball, Brighton were disciplined, organised and compact and Wolves never had enough about them to find a way through. But we were on the back of two very disappointing results and the reaction shows that we’re not such a bad team.”From Wolves’ point of view it was a day of frustration. “Brighton defended well because their main objective was not to concede,” said Nuno Espírito Santo, the Wolves manager.
Source: The Guardian April 20, 2019 16:08 UTC