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By Mantej Mann

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  1. Goodbye!

    FT: Wolves 4-0 Pyunik (agg 8-0)

    That's it from me, thanks for joining our coverage this evening.

    So Wolves march through to the Europa League play-offs after a thumping 8-0 aggregate win over Armenian side Pyunik.

    Nuno Espirito Santo's men will face Serie A side Torino in the next round for a place in the group stages of the competition.

    We'll be back for live coverage of Burnley's trip to Arsenal in the Premier League on Saturday lunchtime.

    But if you can't wait for your fill of football until then, we will have live text coverage as Barcelona begin the defence of their La Liga title at Athletic Bilbao tomorrow (20:00 BST).

    Until next time!

    Nuno Espirito Santo
  2. Rangers join Wolves but Aberdeen go out

    FT: Wolves 4-0 Pyunik (agg 8-0)

    Elsehwere, Rangers have joined Wolves in the play-offs after a comfortable victory over Midtjylland.

    But Aberdeen are out after a disappointing defeat to Rijeka at Pittodrie.

    You can follow all of the reaction from an eventful night in Scotland here.

    Alfredo Morelos
  3. The icing on the cake

    FT: Wolves 4-0 Pyunik (agg 8-0)

    Wolves scored four well worked goals, but Diogo Jota's acrobatic finish was definitely the pick of the bunch!

    Diogo Jota
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    Johnny: Adama Traore is one of those players you're always excited about watching play but usually feel disappointed about come full time. He's a talented player but you get the impression he's just never going to fulfill his potential. Underrated but underachieving too.

  5. Post update

    FT: Wolves 4-0 Pyunik (agg 8-0)

    It's set to be a busy period for Wolves who now play five games, including home and away ties with Torino, in the next 16 days.

    The cost of continental success...

  6. FULL-TIME - Wolves 4-0 Pyunik (agg 8-0)

    It's all over at Molineux at Wolves cruise through to face Torino in the Europa League play-offs.

  7. Post update

    Wolves 4-0 Pyunik (agg 8-0)

    Pyunik threaten to score a late consolation but the largely unused John Ruddy is alert to the danger and completes the save low to his left.

  8. Post update

    Wolves 4-0 Pyunik (agg 8-0)

    Two minutes are added on for stoppages. Can Wolves add a fifth?

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    Huzaifa: Wolves were already a scary team now they have squad depth to play spoilers even better than they did last season

  10. GOAL - Wolves 4-0 Pyunik (agg 8-0)

    Diogo Jota

    Pick that out!

    The substitutes combine as Diogo Jota plays it to Raul Jiminez, who scoops a return to his strike partner, before Jota fires in a fourth with an acrobatic finish.

    That's the icing on the cake and also Wolves' highest aggregate score in Europe.

    A night to savour at Molineux!

  11. Post update

    Wolves 3-0 Pyunik (agg 7-0)

    Adama Traore and Raul Jiminez combine after some neat passing but the latter's ball into the box is wayward and eludes Diogo Jota.


  12. Post update

    Wolves 3-0 Pyunik (agg 7-0)

    Diogo Jota fires into the side-netting from an acute angle after Raul Jiminez picks the pocket of his opposite man.

    Credit to the visitors, they briefly repel the Wolves onslaught before nearly allowing the hosts a free gift as they lose possession.

  13. Post update

    Wolves 3-0 Pyunik (agg 7-0)

    Pyunik threaten to bag a consolation momentarily but Wolves are back in numbers and win possession before springing clear at the other end.

    Morgan Gibbs-White has had a very impressive second half as he looks to force his way into the Premier League side.

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    Sulaimon: Very impressive from Wolves, they could go far in Europe. I can't wait to see them rattle Manchester United this weekend.

  15. Post update

    Wolves 3-0 Pyunik (agg 7-0)

    Talk about bringing the cavalry on!

    Wolves make a double change as star strikers Diogo Jota and Raul Jiminez replace Pedro Neto and Patrick Cutrone.

    Nuno Espirito Santo is definitely after that club record in Europe.

  16. Post update

    Wolves 3-0 Pyunik (agg 7-0)

    One more goal would give Wolves their highest ever aggregate score in a European tie, and you wouldn't bet against them finding that eighth goal right now.

  17. Post update

    Wolves 3-0 Pyunik (agg 7-0)

    Pyunik are camped deep inside their own half as Wolves continue to attack with real freedom.

    The visitors held their own in the first half but it's been men against boys after the break.

  18. GOAL - Wolves 3-0 Pyunik (agg 7-0)

    Ruben Vinagre

    This could end up being a cricket score as Ruben Vinagre gets in on the act.

    Wolves have their tails up and Adama Traore skips by a couple of tackles before picking out Vinagre, who does the rest at the back post.

    The Pyunik heads have dropped and the home fans will be hoping their side can hit double figures on aggregate.

    Still half an hour remaining including stoppages.

  19. Post update

    Wolves 2-0 Pyunik (agg 6-0)

    Morgan Gibbs-White and Pedro Neto combine again and the tricks are coming out at Molineux.

    The latter gets to the byline but this time his ball across is cut out and Pyunik briefly clear their lines.

  20. GOAL - Wolves 2-0 Pyunik (agg 6-0)

    Morgan Gibbs-White

    Floodgates. Well. And. Truly. Opened!

    Wolves academy graduate Morgan Gibbs-White adds a second as Pedro Neto turns from finisher to provider.

    The teenager slides the ball tantalisingly across the face of goal and Gibbs-White is on hand to turn in his first senior goal for the club.