Cardiff take Molineux win
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Cardiff City were worthy 3-2 away winners over Wolves at Molineux.
Cardiff City eased the pressure on their manager Lennie Lawrence with a fine 3-2 win over Wolves at Molineux.
Goals from Paul Parry, Peter Thorne and captain Graham Kavanagh (pictured) were enough to seal three valuable points in the Black Country, with Carl Cort and Paul Ince replying for the home side in a losing effort.
The Bluebirds silenced the home crowd after 11 minutes when Wales international Parry scored his goal of the season with a fine strike from the edge of the box - the club's first goal in 305 minutes for League football.
Wolves, however, were right back into the contest a minute when South Korean international Seol Ki-hyeon set up Cort to equalise for Paul Jones's side.
Kenny Miller thought he had given Wolves the lead, but the assistant referee adjudged the Scotland international to be offside.
Despite Wolves finishing the opening half looking the stronger side, Cardiff restored their lead three minutes after break when Thorne headed home Parry's cross from the left.
The South Wales club extended their through a stunning strike from Republic of Ireland international Kavanagh, as the Cardiff skipper volleyed home from an angle and into the top corner of Wolves net after Paul Jones's punch failed to clear the danger.
Ince pulled one back for the home side with five minutes remaining, but The Bluebirds held on for a priceless away win in the Midlands.