Wolves’ incredible late performance rocked Tottenham, and prevented Spurs from returning to the Premier League top.
Pablo Sarabia scored in the stoppage period and Mario Lemina added another to secure a thrilling, but well-deserved 2-1 win.
Brennan Johnson scored his first Spurs’ goal early on, and the visitors looked to be heading for an easy win.
Tottenham rode on their luck, as Wolves let them get away with it until Sarabia Lemina ignited a sensational end.
The team was leading the league by two points but has now lost consecutive games.
Wolves have reacted to their 2-1 defeat at Sheffield United, which was controversial, and shown the progress that they’ve made under Gary O’Neil.
Spurs’ first blip under Ange Podecoglou was their 4-1 loss to Chelsea. James Maddison, Micky Van de Ven and other key players were injured until January.
The suspensions of Cristian Romero, Destiny Udogie and others compounded the problems they faced before their arrival at Molineux. However, initially showing no signs of Monday’s turmoil and taking the lead within three minutes.
Dejan Kulusevski’s drag-and-flick, which enabled Pedro Porro and Joao gomes to score low for Johnson was poor.
Nelson Semedo was caught unaware by the Welsh international, who then scored from close quarters. The Wales international scored his first goal in April, which was also against Wolves.
Spurs were left flustered by Wolves’ persistence, as Ben Davies stopped a rampaging Ait Nouri from shooting.
Tottenham was hesitant at the back after Monday’s massacre, but they survived as Wolves’ last ball failed them consistently.
Guglielmo Viario had to make a good save from Lemina, before his header was deflected over. Toti Gomes also scored in the stoppage period.
Jean-Ricner Bellegarde and Matheus cunha both curled wide after Wolves came out of the half in a similar combative manner.
Hwang Hee Chan missed an opportunity to level the score after 54 minutes.
Hwang was able to score seven goals despite a poor corner that fell into Gomes’ hands. Vicario, however, had to be the final hurdle.
Tottenham, who were without their main strategist Maddison and had not created anything since they won the early match, also lacked an explosive touch.
Spurs were now unable to compete with the hosts, but their desperate search for an equaliser began to create gaps. Johnson curled wide following a rare break.
With the clock ticking down, Wolves appeared to have run out of ideas. Sasa Kajdzic wastedfully headed into space, while Giovani lo Celso was on his way to grabbing an undeserved second, but Jose Sa turned over his attempt.
Little hinted at the dramatic game to come, but Wolves turned it on its head during stoppage time.
O’Neil’s team finally scored the equaliser they deserved. Sarabia collected Cunha’s ball after it was clipped and then smashed the ball past Vicario.
Sarabia then ran after a free kick in the seventh minute and found Lemina, who turned in to send Molineux crazy.