Nuno Espirito men beat Tottenham Hotspur 3-2 in their away match to boost their hope for earning Champions League hope. Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho wasn’t happy to see his men’s defeated at home.

Tottenham first led when Steven Bergwijn poked in and then from Serge Aurier’s curling effort before the break.

But Wolves Matt Doherty and Jota combined to bring Wolves level on both occasions.Jota’s ball was fired home by Doherty after Spurs defender Japhet Tanganga failed to clear and then Jota tapped in from close range following Doherty’s low cross.

Dele Alli had missed the chance to send Tottenham into a 3-1 lead moments earlier when he headed wide while unmarked inside the box.

The win sends Wolves sixth in the table and three points behind fourth-placed Chelsea.

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