Two errors cost Derby County as they were beaten 2-0 by Wolves at the Molineux.
The first half was competitive, with both sides creating chances. Although Wolves were perhaps lucky to go into half time with eleven men still on the pitch.
Danny Batth appeared to bring down Darren Bent when he was clean through on goal, and the referee gave a free kick. But no card followed, which baffled Derby boss Steve McClaren.
The tempo continued in the second half, with Derby looking the brighter, before Wolves took the lead.
Craig Forsyth gave the ball away and it was played in for Nouha Dicko who did well to fire in.
Derby responded well, forcing Wolves goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak in a number of saved, while dominating possession.
But Wolves hit them with a sucker punch, with a cross that was sliced into the air, before the usually-solid Derby 'keeper, Lee Grant, punched the ball into his own net.
Wolves rise to seventh while Derby are now six games without a win.
At half time in a big game at the top of the Championship, Wolves and Derby County are tied 0-0.
The home side have looked threatening throughout testing Derby 'keeper Lee Grant early on.
But Derby grew into the game with Tom Ince hitting the bar.
Shortly before the break, Darren Bent was brought down when he appeared to be clean through, but referee only gave a free kick, and no cards.
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Dame Sarah Storey told ITV News Central the new Derby Arena 'will serve Derby well for a long time'.
She spoke to James Clark at a special event to mark the opening.
Steve Clamp had a sneak peak inside the Derby Arena before the special ceremony got underway to officially open it.
He also spoke to Cllr Martin Repton, from Derby City Council, who defended the £28million spent on the venue.
World champion cyclist Dani King says she got goosebumps when she first arrived at the new Derby Arena.
She is one of the VIPs that attended the special opening of the venue this evening. Earlier she gave her views to Matt Teale.
Final preparations have been taking place ahead of the opening of the £28million Derby Arena.
Sports stars, celebrities, dignitaries and 1,500 locals are beginning to arrive at the venue ahead of the special event a little later to mark its opening.
CCTV has been released after a 4-year-old boy's bag containing his insulin was stolen.
It happened at McDonald’s in St Peter’s Street, Derby, at about 12pm on Wednesday, March 4.
The bag, which was in the design of a grey shark,was accidentally left on the counter.
It was then taken by a woman who had been further back in the queue.
Images have been released of a woman police want to speak to.
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A video showing an animated fly-through of the £28million Derby Arena has been released.
A special event, which will see paralympian Dame Sarah Storey and cycling coach Sir David Brailsford attending, is being held tonight to mark the official opening tonight.
The venue opens to the public tomorrow.