10-man Wolves come from behind to take a point against Rotherham

WOLVES came from behind to draw 2-2 against Rotherham United in new boss Walter Zenga’s first league game in charge.

George Saville and Jon Dadi Bodvarsson ensured 10-man Wolves left with a point after the home side had gone 2-0 up after just 20 minutes on the clock.

Captain Danny Batth had spoken prior to the game about Zenga’s never-say-die philosophy.

“The key message has been team work,” Batth told Express and Star. “He wants characters, he wants voices, he wants more spirit in the group and to see that on the pitch.

“And along with that, organisation. He wants to be creative in the final third and make sure we’re all attacking and defending – like he said the ball’s never out of play, the game’s never over.”

And it seems Batth was satisfied with his team’s performance, tweeting: “Fight, Spirit & Teamwork helped us comeback to draw with 10 men!”

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