Adama Traore’s 93rd-minute stunner gave Wolves a 1-0 victory over Fulham to sink the Cottagers deeper into the relegation mire.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek glanced a fine chance wide of goal in the first half for Fulham, before Wolves’ Willian Jose had a header ruled out in first-half stoppage time, with VAR intervening to find Leander Dendoncker offside by a matter of centimetres in the build-up.
That call looked to have saved Fulham a point, having failed to muster up a clear-cut chance in the second half, but Traore broke in the last minute of stoppage time to score his first goal of the season, lashing home from an acute angle on the break past Alphonse Areola, who should have done better.
The result means Fulham are three points off 17th-placed Newcastle, but having played two more games, with Newcastle travelling to Burnley on Sunday, live on Sky Sports. Wolves move up to 12th on 38 points.
Full report to follow
Fulham now go to Arsenal on Sunday April 18 at 1.30pm, live on Sky Sports Premier League, while Wolves host Sheffield United on April 17 at 3pm, also live on Sky Sports Premier League.