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Wolves knocked Manchester United out of the FA Cup, Diogo Jota scored a wonderful individual effort and Sergio Romero pulled off some memorable saves throughout a pulsating quarter-final at Molineux, last night.
But for many the best moment of the tie came when a Wolverhampton Wanderers supporter appeared to pick up on what the BBC commentator was saying in the 79th minute.
As the camera panned towards those in the crowd, the commentator described the scene and after a few seconds, one fan in particular grabbed his eye.
"They haven't seen something like this for quite a few years," he said. "Maybe they haven't seen it at all...I wish we didn't see that at all."
The topless fan's reaction to his remark is priceless timing.
Did this Wolves fan just react to the the TV commentary ? pic.twitter.com/ABjFHAoGaM- KWI :flag_black::flag_white::flag_black: (@Kev1719) March 16, 2019
It genuinely looks like he heard what the commentator was saying and we can't stop watching it.
Wolves fans will reminisce about Saturday night's win for years to come. Nuno Espiro Santo's side dominated for large spells of the game and deservedly come out on top thanks to goals from Raul Jimenez and Diogo Jota.
Molineux was bouncing after Jota's sublime individual effort left Luek Shaw on the ground.
Diogo doing what Diogo does best.- Wolves (@Wolves) March 16, 2019
Just look at it.- Wolves (@Wolves) March 16, 2019
One of those Molineux nights you're never, ever going to forget.- Wolves (@Wolves) March 16, 2019
Marcus Rashford managed to find the net in stoppage time, but it was too late for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men, who fell to their second consecutive defeat.
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