Wolves lost to Fulham in the Premier League, and Willilan scored the game-winning penalty in injury time. Wolves also faced more controversy involving video assistant referees.
After a VAR review, referee Michael Salisbury awarded the third penalty of the match with the score at 2-2.
When Harry Wilson and Joao Gomes collided in the box, Salisbury first signaled for play to continue, but he later reversed his decision after the VAR instructed him to check the pitchside monitor.
Then, Willian scored his second halftime penalty kick.
In the seventh minute, Alex Iwobi gave the home team the lead by side-footing Antonee Robinson’s cutback between Wolves custodian Jose Sa’s legs.
After twenty-two minutes, Matheus Cunha equalised for the visitors, heading in a cross from Jean-Ricner Bellegarde after the Frenchman had expertly beaten Robinson down the right.
Just before the hour, Willian gave Fulham their first penalty of the match after Nelson Semedo had fouled Tom Cairney on the edge of the box.
However, Wolves soon had a spot-kick of their own in the last 20 minutes, as the South Korean winger scored Wolves’ second equalizer from 12 yards after Tim Reem bundled over Hwang Hee-chan.
To obtain all three points, Fulham rode their luck and took advantage of another late penalty call.