Had we not won, the grave sense of injustice would have been too much to bear.
There was no reason at all for Simon Hooper to immediately halt the play and prevent Jota from ending the contest with a third goal.
What is the point of VAR if you don’t let the play evolve and check it retrospectively?
Bad refereeing, which is a shame as he got pretty much everything else correct.
That terrible mistake nearly cost Wolves dearly as Bournemouth wreaked havoc with long diagonals up to Steve Cook.
The big defender set nerves jangling, scoring the first and setting up the golden chance for Nathan Ake that was fortunately straight at Patricio.
It was a wobbly second half for the boys in old gold after a virtuoso first orchestrated by that man Moutinho.
One unstoppable free-kick and an equally devastating pass won the game as Wolves strutted around in total control even before Simon Francis was correctly dismissed for two cynical fouls on Jota.
In fact, that must be the best first-half away performance of the Premier League era? I’m struggling to think of one better.
The only slight criticism is that we weren’t more cohesive for long periods of the second.
But to criticise feels harsh, especially after they created and scored a perfectly good third goal ruled out for no reason whatsoever.
Thankfully, it matters little as we climb to fifth and extend the unbeaten run in the Premier League to eight matches.
From that scrappy last-minute escape act at Selhurst Park to the fringes of the Champions League places is some ride.
Keep it going lads.