Diogo Jota scored a time-out winner to beat Wolverhampton Wanderers an incredible 4-3 win over Leicester City in one of the best games of the season so far.
The last winners of the Wolves, after having rejected two fighters from their Midlands rivals, caused a jubilation in Molineux that even saw the victorious manager Nuno Espirito Santo expelled for celebrating in the field with his players.
The head of the Wolves accepted that he was wrong to get carried away in such a way that he ran to the playground after the winner.
"They expelled me, but with good reason," he said. "You can not go to the field."
However, he can hardly be blamed for feeling too excited after Leicester came back twice, 2-0 and 3-2 down, and he must have felt he had won a point for low pressure manager Claude Puel when the captain Wes Morgan scored the 3. -3 with an 87-minute header.
Instead, Wolves, who had a quick start with two goals in 12 minutes through Jota and a header by Ryan Bennett, would not be denied when Jota caught his third in 93 after a final push from the hosts He saw them jump over Leicester in the middle-mead.
"In a game like this, when you win, you feel like the best man in the world," said Jota, who scored more goals in a game than in the rest of the season so far. "This is the kind of game I saw when I was a kid and now I'm part of it."
It was heartbreaking for the Foxes who, after their slow start in the game, gave a brilliant start in the second half when they were down, with an excellent individual effort from Demarai Gray and a Conor Coady goal that drags them into parity. .
It was unfortunate for Coady, who also scored a goal against Manchester City on Monday, although he could not do much when a shot from Harvey Barnes, who withdrew from a loan agreement, diverted him from the net.
The wolves went ahead again in the 64th position when a world clbad ticket by Ruben Neves prepared Jota to shoot his second goal and, despite Morgan's last leveler, the Portuguese again attacked Raul Jimenez's pbad in the death .
He was the first player of the Wolves to score a hat-trick of first category since John Richards in 1977, also against Leicester.
Puel was struck by a result that puts his position even more under the microscope.
"It was an incredible game, it was crazy, we came back to the game with good quality and good opportunities, it was a fantastic feeling to go back to 3-3 and, of course, it's a big disappointment at the end." "
However, for Nuno, he delighted in the victory, since Wolves had won just two of his seven previous league matches at Molineux, mixed with some concern.
"It was a very good game, but we have to see it, everyone enjoys the result, a fantastic football game, but after our initial advantage, we should handle the game better, but in football it never ends." "