Wolves send Liverpool out of the Emirates FA Cup

Wolves send Liverpool out of the Emirates FA Cup

Wolverhampton Wanderers defeat Liverpool in the third round of the Emirates FA Cup at Molineux Stadium to move to the next round.

The game started slowly before Raul Jimenez opened the score chart in the 38th minutes for the home team. There were other chances by both teams but the first 45 minutes ended in favor of Wolves. Divock Origi leveled the score 5 minutes into the second half but Ruben Neves didn’t allow the visiting team to celebrate too much as he gave the home team the lead again in the 55th minute.

Klopp’s men did all they could but their best is not enough as they crashed out of the FA Cup while Wolves advanced to the next stage.

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Liverpool are now out of the Carabao Cup and the FA Cup but they are still the EPL leaders and still very much in the UEFA Champions League.

Wolves, on the other hand, have stunned another top 6 teams with a spectacular display in front of their home fans. The next team Wolves will be playing in the fourth round of the FA Cup will be announced in a draw soon.

Match Highlights

Starting XI


John Ruddy 

Ryan Bennett 

Willy Boly 

Conor Coady 

Ruben Neves 


Joao Moutinho 

Ruben Vinagre 

Leander Dendoncker 

Raul Jimenez 

Diogo Jota


Divock Origi

Xherdan Shaqiri

Daniel Sturridge

Curtis Jones

Naby Keita

Rafael Camacho

James Milner

Alberto Moreno

Dejan Lovren


Simon Mignolet

Live Updates

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The game is just starting and both teams are already settling in after 11 minutes.

22 minutes in and the game is still goalless.

The match is still goalless after 31 minutes of play.

Raul Jimenez opened the scorecard in the 38th minute. Wolves are 1 goal up.

It is halftime at the Molineux Stadium and Wolves are leading with a lone goal.

Divock Origi has leveled the game in the 5 minutes into the second half.

Ruben Neves gave the home team the lead again in the 55th minute.

Wolves are still leading with just 18 minutes to go in the game.

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81 minutes in and Wolves are still holding on to their slim lead.

It is full time at the Molineux Stadium and Liverpool are out of the Emirates FA Cup


FT Wolves 2 – 1 Liverpool

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