Wolves 2-1 Crawley Town

Leigh Griffiths (right) is embraced by Bakary Sako

Leigh Griffiths's injury-time penalty gave Wolves a dramatic victory just moments after Crawley forward Billy Clarke looked to have stolen a point.

Bjorn Sigurdarson headed Kevin Doyle's left-wing cross home on seven minutes and Wolves looked set for victory.

But Clarke drilled home from inside the area to level the scores before Kyle McFadzean was adjudged to have blocked Kevin McDonald's cross with his arm.

Griffiths lashed into the bottom corner to send Wolves top of League One.

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Crawley Town manager Richie Barker told BBC Radio Surrey:

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Post-match: Crawley boss Barker

"I'm disappointed because we should have seen it through. We were on top for quite a while and played some really good stuff.

"Obviously we've come away with no points but hopefully we've shown the nation that we can play and do things the right way.

"I've seen the penalty incident and it may have struck his arm. We've had a lot of meetings with the League Managers' Association and the referees over the last few weeks where they talked about how if nobody is making an attempt to make themselves bigger, which Kyle [McFadzean] isn't, it's tough to see unless you really slow it down.

"I spoke to the players at half-time and I did believe that they paid them [Wolves] too much respect at the start of the game.

"I was a bit worried after 10 minutes but we improved and looked a little bit more secure [than in previous games] and because of the way we play there are always going to be opportunities."