Fulham ascends to 14th place after securing three crucial points in a captivating match against Wolves, ending their four-game winless streak.

Willian’s two second-half penalties mark Fulham’s first Premier League victory over Wolves since 2012.

The game unfolded with early excitement, including Alex Iwobi’s debut Premier League goal and Hwang Hee-chan’s near miss. Despite Hwang’s misstep, Matheus Cunha equalized for Wolves, courtesy of Jean-Ricner Bellegarde’s skillful play.

The second half became a tale of three penalties, with Michael Salisbury awarding Fulham two spot-kicks. Willian calmly converted both, securing Fulham’s fourth league win of the season.

The result places Fulham on par with Wolves in the standings, both comfortably distant from the relegation zone. As Wolves face a challenging encounter with Arsenal and Fulham prepares for a match against Liverpool, the victory provides a valuable cushion for both teams.


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