Wolves booked their place in the fourth round of the FA Cup, with Adama Traore netting the only goal of the game as they overcame Crystal Palace 1-0 at Molineux.
The goal was a fantastic strike, with the Spaniard drifting in from the right wing and unleashing a ferocious shot into the top corner from the edge of the box with his left foot.
The hosts were good value for the win, which could have been secured by a more handsome margin had Leander Dendoncker and Fabio Silva not squandered presentable chances.
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Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo said he felt compelled to field a strong line-up for the match due the FA Cup's history and hoped that the goal would give Traore, who has been out of sorts this term, a confidence boost.
“It [the FA Cup] deserved to be respect because it is the oldest competition," he is quoted as saying by the BBC.

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"We want to compete and go as far as possible and we always try. It was a special goal from a special player [Adama Traore]. I am very happy because I think this goal will boost his confidence.
“He has been really trying in training sessions and that is why I am so happy.
“We have to have patience with everybody. It has been a hard season for everybody, all the teams, players and managers. You can see how the situation affects everybody.
“Adama is a versatile player, who can play in a couple of positions and one thing we are sure about is that every time he is on the pitch he always has an impact.”
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