Wolves are out of the Carabao Cup after a penalty shootout defeat.
Wolves' positive momentum hit a speedbump last night as they were knocked out of the Carabao Cup.
Nuno Santo's side lost on penalties to Leicester City, after a 0-0 draw.
It erased any optimistic hopes Wolves would mount a challenge for silverware in the competition.
Wolves left-back Jonny Castro had a message for supporters after the game, describing it as a 'pity'.
What a pity..! Good work of the team. Now we must think and work in the next match on Saturday⚽️⚽️. Come on wolves!— Jonny Otto (@JonnyOtto19) September 25, 2018
Una lástima.. Buen trabajo del equipo Ahora a pensar y… https://t.co/CnBLNOSPhb
Wolves and Castro are looking ahead now to their fixture in the Premier League at home to Southampton.
Once again last night their goalscoring troubles were evident.
Wolves have scored only six goals in six league games this season. Fortunately they have only conceded six.
Castro has played a key role in this, and can be satisfied with a clean sheet last night, even if they could not do the business at the other end.
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