Southampton winger Kamaldeen Sulemana was frustrated by his team’s lack of clinical finishing against Wolves at St Mary’s on Saturday.
Saints led at halftime on the south coast after Carlos Alcaraz scored from inside the box and Mario Lemina was sent off for a second bookable offence.
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Wolves rallied in the second half, drawing level with 20 minutes remaining thanks to a Jan Bednarek own-goal, before Joao Gomes scored the game-winning goal in the final seconds of normal time.
Sulemana, who joined the club on deadline day for a fee of £22 million from Rennes, was one of the liveliest players on the pitch and had several chances.
One of those came with the game 1-0, when the Ghanaian international used his pace to latch onto a pass into the Wolves box but failed to round keeper Jose Sa when given the chance.
“We’re extremely disappointed, “After the game, the winger told the Southampton website. “This should not have occurred. We were ahead by a large margin in the first half. Our plan was to keep a clean sheet, but that didn’t work out. As a result, we’re very disappointed in the dressing room.”