Wolves' Benik Afobe has revealed how a chat with team-mate Ruben Neves helped his side to a 3-1 defeat of Burton Albion. Neves assisted the first of Afobe's brace with a delicate chip over the Brewers' defence, with the striker firing into the top corner past Stephen Bywater. The on-loan hitman, in his second spell at Wolves having joined from Bournemouth in January, then netted a third 11 minutes after half-time.
Tom Flanagan says Burton Albion's morale for the Championship survival race will not be dented despite being overcome by the division's runaway league leaders. The Brewers were dispatched 3-1 by Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux, with goals from striker Benik Afobe either side of half-time ultimately doing for the visitors. Albion did not wilt once Afobe notched his first on the 41st minute, following up Helder Costa's 15th-minute strike.
Birmingham City moved level on points with Barnsley after a 3-0 defeat of Hull City at St Andrew's. Jota's brace, sandwiched in-between a Che Adams strike, earned Garry Monk his first win in charge and stopped a rot of seven successive defeats. That result now leaves Birmingham in the relegation zone only on goal difference with theirs vastly inferior to Barnsley's. The Tykes were beaten 2-0 by Millwall at Oakwell, with Lee Gregory and Ben Marshall netting for Neil Harris' side.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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+. For example, ensure each result contains both Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg by
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