Match Report v Wolves
Still A Tiger
January 31 2010
Looks like 2 points dropped at the K,C after the Tigers were Twice pegged back by a battling Wolves side. Both teams got a desevered point which does little to help them in the battle to beat the drop. Phil Brown was disapointed not to have taken all 3 points from this fixture as next up its Chelsea who come to town.
Hesselink scored the opener for the Tigers as early in as the 11th minute, but 4minutes after the restart Anthony Gardner turned into his own net from a Ronald Zubar cross to gift the visitors an equaliser.
Zubar then turned villan as in the 52minute he brought down Jozy Altidore in the box to earn the Tigers a penalty. Well it must have been written in the stars as up stpped Steven Hunt who has been the subject of several bids from Wolves to calmly slot home the penalty.
Matt Jarvis then levelled the scores again on 67minutes in a game which was a big 6 pointer Phi Brown admitted that the final score of 2,2 was a fair result, saying that both teams threw everything at each over trying to win the game but after the visitors 2nd goal the Tigers became nervous and started to defend a valuable point. He also added that Wolves have gone away the happier of the 2 teams which been the home side ourselves we should of been looking at winning this. To sum up a well fought and exciting game to watch and a share of the spoils was fair in my oppinion, next up its chelsea so we should pick up 3 points therepqs: qs: