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Ten-man Leicester get draw at Wolves as marginal VAR call denies hosts victory

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Wolves and Leicester played out an exciting goalless draw at Molineux on Friday night but the hosts will feel they could and probably should have got the three points.

Willy Boly though he’d given Wolves the lead just before the break but his goal was ruled out following a very marginal call on Pedro Neto by VAR.

Half-time halted Wolves’ momentum and Leicester settled well after the break but Vardy remained anonymous.

It was the second time Nuno Espirito Santo’s men had seen a goal ruled out by VAR against Leicester this term after Leander Dendoncker’s strike was chalked off for handball in their 0-0 draw on the opening day.

While the governing body is yet to confirm what other Champions League spot would be available, and City are appealing, Wolves remain in the hunt – with fifth now possibly good enough to join football’s elite.

Manchester City’s two-year ban from UEFA competitions, for serious breaches of UEFA club licensing and financial fair play regulations, at least solidified the Foxes’ Champions League hopes.

Neto had played a short corner to Jota and when he collected the return pass, despite the ball being played backwards, the forward came from an offside position – however marginal.
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