Pilgrims frustrate Hoddle

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Glenn Hoddle is still searching for his first win as Wolves boss after a 1-1 draw with Plymouth on Saturday.

Hoddle watched his side play out their third consecutive 1-1 draw at a restless Molineux.

South Korean international Ki-hyeon Seol had put the hosts ahead midway through the first period, but David Friio earned The Pilgrims a share of the spoils with a second half leveller.

Neither side had created a clear-cut chance before Seol crashed Wolves ahead in spectacular fashion.

The Korean accepted a pass from Kenny Miller and drove on before unleashing a tremendous 30-yard drive which flew low past Romain Larrieu.

David Norris and Colin Cameron then traded long-range efforts but both narrowly failed to find the target.

Wolves could have extended their lead shortly after the interval, but Joleon Lescott saw a close-range effort smothered.

However, against the run of play the visitors hauled themselves level on 57 minutes when Friio cracked a fine shot past Michael Oakes from range.

The French midfielder saw another long-range effort blocked towards the end, and while both teams pushed for a winner, no clear-cut chances were forthcoming.