Wolves 0-0 Leicester City: VAR rules out Boly header in stalemate

Wolves had a goal disallowed by VAR in a 0-0 draw with Leicester City, which finished with 10 men following Hamza Choudhury's red card.

Wolves had a numerical advantage for the final 14 minutes when Hamza Choudhury (in frame) collected a second yellow card for bringing down Leander Dendoncker after he had slipped.   -  Getty Images

Willy Boly had a first-half goal disallowed by VAR as Wolves drew 0-0 with 10-man Leicester City at Molineux.

The host thought it had gone ahead on the stroke of half-time when Boly headed in following a short-corner routine, but the Foxes earned a reprieve when replays appeared to show Pedro Neto was marginally offside before he whipped the ball across.

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Wolves had a numerical advantage for the final 14 minutes when Choudhury collected a second yellow card for bringing down Leander Dendoncker after he had slipped.

However, the host could not make its numerical advantage count, Raul Jimenez heading wide when unmarked eight yards out in stoppage time, with Wolves moving up to seventh and Leicester staying third.

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