Wolves Hit Back to Deny Burnley Crucial Win

Burnley’s hopes of boosting their Premier League survival took a hit as they were held to a frustrating draw by Wolves at Turf Moor. Jacob Bruun Larsen put the hosts in front after 37 minutes by tucking away Dara O’Shea’s cross. However, Wolves levelled just before half-time when Rayan Ait-Nouri headed in Pablo Sarabia’s wide free-kick.

Burnley manager Vincent Kompany has criticized the decision to award a free-kick to Ait-Nouri, which led to his equaliser. Referee Thomas Bramall adjudged minimal contact between Ait-Nouri and O’Shea to be a foul. Despite their failure to find a winner, the hosts had spells of dominance after the restart and created chances to regain the advantage.



Burnley played in a 4-4-2 formation with Muric as the goalkeeper, da Silva, O’Shea, Esteve, and Taylor as the defenders, Foster substituted for Manuel at 86 minutes, Cullen, Berge, and Bruun Larsen substituted for Rodríguez at 73 minutes as the midfielders, and Odobert and Fofana as the forwards. The substitutes for Burnley were Cork, Gudmundsson, Brownhill, Rodríguez, Manuel, Ekdal, Amdouni, Vigouroux, and Delcroix.


Wolves played in a 4-4-1-1 formation with Sá as the goalkeeper, Nélson Semedo booked at 54 minutes, Kilman, Gomes, and Bueno substituted for Bueno at 68 minutes as the defenders, Doherty, Lemina, João Gomes booked at 90 minutes, and Aït-Nouri as the midfielders, and Sarabia substituted for Traoré at 83 minutes and Chiwome substituted for Matheus Cunha at 76 minutes as the forwards. The substitutes for Wolves were Bueno, Traoré, Matheus Cunha, Lemina, Doyle, Bentley, Barnett, Chirewa, and Fraser.

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The match between Burnley and Wolverhampton Wanderers ended in a draw, with both teams scoring one goal each. The second half saw no goals from either team, resulting in a final score of 1-1.

In the 76th minute, João Gomes of Wolverhampton Wanderers was shown a yellow card for a bad foul. This was one of several fouls committed by both teams throughout the match.

Burnley had several opportunities to score, with Benson Manuel and Wilson Odobert both taking shots on goal. However, Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper José Sá made some impressive saves to prevent any further goals from Burnley.

Both teams also had players caught offside, with Rayan Aït-Nouri and Boubacar Traoré of Wolverhampton Wanderers and Jay Rodríguez of Burnley all being flagged for offside.

In the 83rd minute, Boubacar Traoré was substituted in for Pablo Sarabia of Wolverhampton Wanderers. Burnley also made a substitution in the 84th minute, with Benson Manuel replacing Lyle Foster.

Overall, the match was evenly contested, with both teams having equal chances to win. However, neither team was able to capitalize on their opportunities, resulting in a draw.

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