West Brom's Saido Berahino was an unlikely hero with fans at the Molineux tonight as England Under 21s beat Croatia in the first leg of their Euro 2015 qualifying playoff.
Marko Livaja gave Croatia the lead with a header after 13 minutes.
Harry Kane equalised on 58 minutes from a Berahino cross.
Berahino was then fouled after 82 minutes in the penalty area. He stepped up to cooly convert the penalty as England take a narrow one goal advantage to Croatia.
England U21s are losing by a goal at half time in their crucial Euro qualifier play off first leg against Croatia U21s.
Marko Livaja got the goal with a header after 13 minutes.
Four Midlands players have been named in the starting line up for England U21s in their crucial Euro play-off first leg at Wolverhampton Wanderers' Molineux stadium.
- Jack Butland (Stoke City)
- Liam Moore (Leicester City)
- Will Hughes (Derby County)
- Saido Berahino (WBA)
Nottingham Forest's Jamaal Lascelles has been selected on the substitutes bench.
The full line up:
Tonight's teams for England under 21s play off with Croatia at Molineux.
In 2013 they became the first club in history to endure back to back relegations from football's top flight - twice.
Now though, Wolves could achieve something really quite remarkable - successive promotions back to the top.
It is early days, but the team is currently one of the Championship's form sides and it seems everyone is crediting the turn around to one man.
Steve Clamp reports.
Jamie O'Hara has left Wolves.
The club said the midfielder's contract has been cancelled by mutual consent and immediate effect.
He made 55 league appearances after joining Wolves in 2011.
Bakary Sako's early goal gave Wolverhampton Wanderers a 1-0 win away at Fulham.
The victory at Craven Cottage lifts Wolves into the top half of the table.
At half time in the Championship match between Fulham and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Craven Cottage, Bakary Sako's strike has given the away side a 1-0 lead.
I am delighted that the club have accepted my offer to host a reception in honour of a wonderful season which has seen records broken and promotion as champions of League One.
We are all extremely proud of the team and everyone associated with the club, which is such a huge part of Wolverhampton life.
While we are all realistic about the challenges that lie ahead in the Championship, we all believe Wolves belong in the Premier League and I very much hope it won't be long before my successor in this role is toasting a return to the top flight.
The Mayor of Wolverhampton, Cllr Milkinder Jaspal, is to host a reception in honour of Wolverhampton Wanderers' League One title win.
He is due to present the team and Head Coach, Kenny Jackett, with a congratulatory scroll at an event at Molineux, prior to a testimonial match of former club captain, Jody Craddock.
The match will see a Wolves team managed by former boss, Mick McCarthy, take on a Sunderland side.
At about 1.30pm, the Mayor will present the League One trophy to Kenny Jackett and current captain, Sam Ricketts.