Nottingham Forest put in an excellent performance to claim their first win under Aitor Karanka, beating table-topping Wolves 2-0 at Molineux. Sarah Clapson looks at five talking points from the game. Few would have given the Reds a chance before kick-off. For his second match in charge it looked like a baptism of fire for Karanka. But the new manager had a plan – and it proved to be a cunningly brilliant one, implemented to perfection.
Danny Fox made his comeback from injury as new boss Aitor Karanka made four changes for Nottingham Forest’s clash against league leaders Wolves. The defender has been out of action since October with a knee injury, but was drafted straight into the starting line-up at Molineux. Joe Worrall returned from suspension, having missed last week’s defeat to Aston Villa in Karanka’s first game in charge, while Liam Bridcutt and Andreas Bouchalakis also came into the first XI.
Nottingham Forest stunned league leaders Wolves as they picked up a hard-earned, well-deserved 2-0 victory in Aitor Karanka’s second match in charge. Two goals in the space of three first half minutes saw the Reds claim their first league win in six games as Kieran Dowell and Ben Osborn clinched three points for the visitors at Molineux. But it was an all-round impressive performance from Karanka’s team as they worked hard throughout and defended well when on the back foot for spells.
@AKcouldbethe1 Thought both played well yesterday - but then the whole team did. Fox kept his composure after a very early booking and defended solidly. Went close to scoring with a header. And Bouchalakis gave the back four added protection. All round good day!
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