Nakamba’s Villa surrendered a 2 – 0 lead to be beaten 3 – 2 by Wolves. Wolves looked down and out when John McGinn added to Danny Ings’ opener to give Villa a two-goal cushion midway through the second half.
Ruben Neves scored deep into stoppage time as Wolves came from 2-0 down to secure an incredible win in an extraordinary West Midlands derby.
But in an incredible final 10 minutes, Wolves scored three times to seal a third straight Premier League win.
Romain Saiss reduced the deficit from inside the six-yard area, then Conor Coady bundled in an 85th minute equaliser after Max Kilman had headed against the bar.
Neves struck in the fifth minute of stoppage time when his free-kick took a deflection on its way past Emiliano Martinez to complete an astonishing comeback.
Source – BBC News