Kenny Jackett's side surrendered a 3-0 lead at the Den. But Bakary Sako still put a smile on supporters' faces.
That's probably the best way to describe seeing your side lose a three-goal lead to drop points on a Saturday afternoon.
It happened to AC Milan in midweek in 2005 - during the small matter of the Champions League final.
Ian Holloway's men fought back through two Ricardo Fuller goals and Wolves ended up dropping yet more points. Since beating Bolton Wanderers 1-0, Wolves have embarked upon a remarkable run of conceding 11 goals in just four games. They have not won a single one of those four.
But, if there's one man who can put a smile on supporters' faces, it is Bakary Sako. The Mali international has been described by Wolves fans as their greatest player in 20 years - and the best player outside of the Premier League.
Feel sorry for the fans but on to tuesday game now. Thanks for the support everyone cheers. :-)— sako bakary (@sakobakary26) October 18, 2014
He scored a stunning free kick against Millwall today and almost netted another one late in the game, as well as registering an assist against Holloway's side.
The 26-year-old represents everything that is good about Wolves right now. For a previously sound defensive team, though, Jackett's men have a lot of work to do to restore that reputation. Here are the best fan reactions on Twitter...
@WWFCFancast absolute travesty this is the old wolves curse back- for the brilliance of Sako who we will never keep -it's no better than 0-0— steve munson (@stve2810) October 18, 2014
Bakary Sako!! You beauty!!— David Gould (@DavidGould15) October 18, 2014
Have to move on and bounce back with a win on Tuesday! #wwfc— Zach Preston⚽ (@zachpreston23) October 18, 2014
Football has the unbeliavable ability to make you feel as high as a kite, then ruin your weekend in an instant. Absolutely fuming #wwfc— Josh Oldfield (@_justjosho) October 18, 2014
Also can't believe their keeper saved that Sako free kick— Nige Sandom (@NigeWolves) October 18, 2014