Wolves dominated the second half, but were pegged back when Rayan Ait-Nouri turned Patrick Bamford’s cross into his own net (74) to give Leeds the three points.
The visitors had initially taken the lead through Daniel Podence’s half-volleyed effort (6) and rode their luck when goalkeeper Jose Sa took out Rasmus Kristensen in the penalty area unpenalised.
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Rodrigo Moreno was on hand to equalise (24), before the own goal – which was initially awarded to debutant Brenden Aaronson – completed the turnaround.
“I’m taking credit for it,” said Aaronson. “It came off my shin somewhere in there”.