Pablo Sarabia, the substitute, scored the equalizer just six minutes before Mario Lemina sealed the victory in stoppage time.
Spurs had taken the lead with Brennan Johnson’s early goal, but their defense crumbled in the dying moments.
Sarabia showcased his brilliance, controlling a pass from Matheus Cunha and volleying it past Guglielmo Vicario with precision.
Undeterred, Wolves pursued the winner relentlessly, and it was Lemina’s late arrival that secured the victory.
Despite their injuries and depleted squad, Spurs started strong with Johnson finding the net early on.
However, their defensive vulnerabilities were evident as they were missing key players and struggled to cope.
With a makeshift defense, Eric Dier and Ben Davies showed experience and determination, but Wolves wasted several scoring opportunities.
Wolves threatened on the counterattack but lacked the finishing touch in front of goal.
In the second half, Wolves created clearer chances, but their profligacy continued to haunt them.
Tottenham’s nerves could have been eased if Johnson had converted a promising counterattack, but his effort missed the target.
Ultimately, Wolves found the breakthrough and claimed the victory, leaving Spurs empty-handed and disappointed.