Coady buzzing after late Wolves win

first_imgWolves captain Conor Coady is feeling “incredible” and says their 2-1 win at Newcastle United on Saturday was a reward for their patience.Wolves fought hard and were rewarded with a late winner as Matt Doherty scored in added time after Newcastle United had gone down to 10 men. Coady believes they deserved the victory for their efforts and patience.“It’s an incredible feeling, I’m still a bit shell-shocked by it, to be honest,” Coady told the club’s website.“It looked like it was going for a draw to all the players, not just supporters, but the way we broke and the way ‘Doc’ gets up the pitch is phenomenal – he deserves a goal.“It goes to show this football club and this team keeps going, no matter what. It wasn’t the prettiest at times, but we wanted to keep going right until the end and we’ll never stop doing that – to get three points here is very special for everybody.Tammy Abraham, ChelseaChelsea hat-trick hero Tammy Abraham hopes for more Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Tammy Abraham hopes this season will be his big breakthrough at Chelsea after firing his first hat-trick for the club in Saturday’s 5-2 win at Wolves.“Newcastle are a really good team, we know how tough it is coming here. We know the sort of atmosphere they create and we wanted to quieten that.“We did it at times. Just before halftime we got a bit open, a bit split, which we didn’t want to do, but second-half we stayed together and we dug in right until the end.“To come to this place and get a win is really tough. The boys have dug in today, especially in the second half where we had more of the ball, and we’ve managed to get a win.“I thought the character the boys showed until the end was fantastic.”last_img read more