Sevilla next for Wolves after Raúl Jiménez penalty edges out Olympiakos | The Guardian

Wolves’ Europa League odyssey will continue into the quarter-finals thanks to a gruelling victory over the champions of Greece. Raúl Jiménez converted a penalty to give Nuno Espírito Santo’s side an early lead but Olympiakos made them sweat and Rui Patrício excel before the final whistle triggered joy and relief at Molineux. Wolves will face Sevilla in Germany on Tuesday.This was Wolves’ 58th game of the season but, after waiting 39 years to go on a European adventure, no one at Molineux was complaining about the prospect of extending their campaign. From the very start of this expedition against Crusaders nearly 13 months ago Nuno vowed to embrace the challenge and his players have carried that wish through. Continue reading…

Wolves’ Europa League odyssey will continue into the quarter-finals thanks to a gruelling victory over the champions of Greece. Raúl Jiménez converted a penalty to give Nuno Espírito Santo’s side an early lead but Olympiakos made them sweat and Rui Patrício excel before the final whistle triggered joy and relief at Molineux. Wolves will face Sevilla in Germany on Tuesday.

This was Wolves’ 58th game of the season but, after waiting 39 years to go on a European adventure, no one at Molineux was complaining about the prospect of extending their campaign. From the very start of this expedition against Crusaders nearly 13 months ago Nuno vowed to embrace the challenge and his players have carried that wish through.

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