Wolves left it late and earned a draw in controversial fashion.
WOLVERHAMPTON, England (AP) – Wolverhampton's stoppage-time equalizer hurt Newcastle's hopes of survival when they drew 1-1 in the English Premier League on Monday.
Defender Willy Boly headed home four minutes into injury time for Wolves, getting above Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dubravka to meet Adam Traore's looping cross.
It's the 14th time Wolves have scored in the last 10 minutes this season.
A *massive* two points dropped for Newcastle and a big point gained for Wolves at the death as Martin Dubravka fails to punch away or catch a looping cross at the death, allowing Willy Boly to force the draw deep into stoppage time (via @TelemundoSports) pic.twitter.com/eItMIe47vJ— Planet Fútbol (@si_soccer) February 11, 2019
Wolves started brightly, but Newcastle settled into the game, and Isaac Hayden's first goal in 17 months looked to have won it for the visitors and quietened the home crowd.
Wolves missed a chance at a fourth consecutive win in the top flight.