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Albion throw it away at the death
Albion suffered bitter disappointment as they were held to a 3-3 draw by ten-man Wolves at Molineux.
Stephen Dobbie probably thought he had won the game when he fired home an 89th minute penalty.
But big defender Roger Johnson rumbled forward in added time to head home Bakary Sako’s free-kick.
Albion twice came from behind against a Wolves side reduced to ten men for Karl Henry’s dangerous challenge on Liam Bridcutt right on half-time.
That straight red card came moments after Craig Mackail-Smith had expertly swept home a low cross from Bruno to wipe out Sako’s slickly worked opener.
Albion squandered great chances after the break and were punished as substitute Tongo Doumbia, sent on to provide midfield steel in the absence of Henry, was sent through to score.
Will Buckley came off the bench to fire Albion level again after Liam Bridcutt launched a counter raid.
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