This 9th loss in ten league matches mean the Blades leave for the English Championship with 6 matches left, the same as Huddersfield Town 2 years back and Derby in 2007/08, after Willian Jose scored in the 2nd half for the first time in his twelveth match for Wolverhampton
The Blades fought to the end, and had the better opportunities of a low-quality match, but their year of misery was compounded when Wolverhampton broke to net just after Enda Stevens had had the biggest opportunity of the match.
Wolves’ victory at Fulham 8 nights previously had given them the space to no longer be considered part of any relegation fight
The Magpies victory over the Hammers earlier in the day however meant that the Blades knew a loss here would affirm their relegation.
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