Wolves held on to claim a precious point at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea on Sunday.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side earned a 1-1 draw against the Blues, who remain in the race to qualify for the Champions League.
Raul Jimenez bundled the ball over the line and appeared set to give the promoted side a second win of the season over Maurizio Sarri’s men.
However, Eden Hazard popped up in injury time to level proceedings with a truly brilliant strike from the edge of the box.
Regardless of the result, Wolves knew that they would remain seventh in the Premier League, the final Europa League qualification spot.
But the draw moves them clear of both Watford and West Ham United, who are still working to bridge the gap.
Nevertheless, a number of Wolves fans have expressed their disappointment that they were not able to see the game out, while others were proud of the overall display.
Take a look at the best of the reaction below!
— Dani (@DanielleReade) March 10, 2019
Great result from the lads today and overall defensive performance .
To think we are still 7th is absolutely fantastic .
Bring on Utd next week let’s have a real go at them !!!! #WWFC 🐺🐺🐺
— Chris Williams (@chriswill85) March 10, 2019
— Dan 🧡🖤 (@dangreaves1402) March 10, 2019
Draw was probably about right but gutting to have them score so late. This is where we are though. Legitimately contending with these teams as equals. On to next week. #WWFC
— Oscillating Wildly (@OscillateWWFC) March 10, 2019
Great result think 1-1 is a fair scoreline.
— Cooks19🏴 (@G_WWFC_) March 10, 2019
— Jord Kent (@JordTKent) March 10, 2019
What a game and great support again from our fans love a trip to London 1 more to go Watford very happy with the point would of been absolute carnage at the end if we had hung on #proud #wolvesaywe #wolves #wwfc
— Tom Wolves Tastic (@tomtastic09) March 10, 2019
The support for @Wolves today was epic. Sustained noise. Matched the resolve on the pitch. A fantastic effort from everyone. We’ve had some memorable days in London this year. And next season we will be even stronger. This is our time #wwfc
— John Bray (@johnbray69) March 10, 2019