Wolves beat champions Manchester City to win the pre-season Premier League Asia Trophy following a bizarre penalty shootout in China.
Four of the first five penalties were saved or missed before keeper Rui Patricio denied City's Lukas Nmecha to give Wolves a 3-2 shootout victory.
The game was level at 0-0 following 90 minutes of an intriguing match in which City dominated possession.
City's Raheem Sterling had also missed a penalty in the first half.
The England winger had two other decent chances to score - Kevin de Bruyne's wonderful curling cross was inches away from being poked in at the back post by Sterling before the 24-year-old scuffed a shot in the box.
Wolves boss Nuno remarked, “Once we settled down, that moment gave us hope that we can stay in the game, then in the second-half we were better.
“We had a couple of chances, the game was more balanced and to win I'm happy, but the main objective was to play well and travel back home healthy, so we are happy."