A stoppage-time penalty from Oliver Norwood gave Sheffield United their first win of the season as they beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1 at Bramall Lane.
Sheff Utd, who had made the worst ever 10-match start to a Premier League season, had led until the 89th minute through a ferocious strike from Cameron Archer. Jean-Ricner Bellegarde equalised, but Wolves substitute Fabio Silva fouled George Baldock in the area and Norwood smashed in the spot-kick to leave Silva in tears.
How the match unfolded
In the first half Wolves looked the more likely to score. Hwang Hee-chan miscued a close-range shot that then found its way to Rayan Ait-Nouri, but the defender screwed the ball wide.
In the second half the Blades took charge and went ahead through Archer, who received a ball from James McAtee in the 72nd minute, drove forward and lashed in a ferocious strike that went in off the crossbar for his second goal of the season.
Wolves hit back through substitute Bellegarde, whose first goal in the league came via a deflected curling shot, and via a pass from Hwang for the South Korean's eighth goal contribution of the season.
But there was a further twist in the seventh minute of stoppage time as Sheff Utd got their penalty.
Despite the win, Sheff Utd remain bottom of the table, albeit with four points, two from safety. Wolves are 13th on 12 points after their five-match unbeaten run came to end
Referee: Robert Jones. Assistants: Timothy Wood, Wade Smith. Fourth official: Jeremy Simpson. VAR: Chris Kavanagh. Assistant VAR: Harry Lennard.