Date: 15th September 2013 at 9:21pm
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Swindon Town lost a closely contested match at Molineux 3-2 against the undefeated side.

Wolves started off the better side and took the lead early on when Scott Golbourne scored on three minutes.

Former Reading man Kevin Doyle looked to have put the game out of reach by heading home Lee Griffiths cross to make it 2-0 heading into the break.

Carl Ikeme showed why he was the best goalkeeper perhaps in League One stopping many Swindon chances.

Town got back into the game on 83 minutes when Dany N’Guessan fired the ball passed Ikeme to fire up the travelling fans.

Wolves defender Kevin Foley would seemingly put the game beyond Town once again when he scored on 90 minutes despite Town pressing most of the second half.

Town were by far the better side as stated by Wolves fans and Ryan Mason scored a sensational goal from 30 yards out once again firing up the travelling support but it would end 3-2 in a game that Town never deserved to lose.