Keogh earns Wolves win

18 August 2009 10:16
Striker Andy Keogh's header spoiled Wigan manager Roberto Martinez's `homecoming' as Wolves outfought the hosts to win 1-0 at the DW Stadium.

The Republic of Ireland international glanced a sixth-minute header in off a post, having shot against the same upright moments earlier.

Keogh should also have had a penalty 11 minutes after half-time but was booked for diving after going down under Titus Bramble's challenge.

However, his goal was enough to give Mick McCarthy's side their first away victory in 30 Barclays Premier League matches.

On their last appearance in the top flight in 2003/04 they failed to win outside Molineux, losing 12 and drawing seven times.

Source: Eurosport