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Wolves coach Nuno Espirito Santo admitted that his team “should perform and act much better” after giving up a two-goal lead to draw with Brighton.
Wolves looked on course for all three points after entering the break 3-1 ahead.
However, Brighton’s response after the break was energetic, with Neal Maupay converting a penalty before Lewis Dunk nodded the dead-ball tie.
Talking to the BBC after the game, a very irritated Nuno He said, “I am sad and frustrated. We had the game under control and in the second half we should have done much better.
“It’s not an excuse. For us, as a team, we must perform and act much better. It is an educational process.
“On the set piece we knew that Brightons are dangerous.
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“I honestly felt that it was all about us. In the first half we played football very well and every time we attacked we seemed dangerous. I felt that the game was under our control.
“We don’t have to panic. We just have to stick with our plan because the solutions are here with us. “