Wolves survived a late Leicester onslaught to claim a second npower Championship victory of the season with a 2-1 win and leapfrog their opponents in the table.
The Foxes' defending from set-pieces was their downfall in the first period as Sylvan Ebanks-Blake and Richard Stearman both benefited from lackadaisical marking inside the first quarter of the match.
To their credit, the visitors probed diligently for a way back into the all-midlands affair and found one courtesy of Paul Konchesky's magnificent 70th minute long-range shot.
IF Elfsborg suffered a bad day at the summit of the Allsvenskan on Sunday, losing their clash at IFK Goteberg while title rivals AIK triumphed at Djurgarden.
Starting the day five points clear, Jorgen Lennartsson's men were beaten 2-1 at the Gamla Ullevi, squandering the seventh-minute lead given to them by Marcus Rohden.
Tobias Hysen cancelled that out (32) and then Pontus Farnerud turned things around with 15 minutes left, before IF's Andreas Klarstrom was sent off.
For their part, AIK were comfortable 3-0 winners, with all the goals coming after the half-time break.
Kwame Karikari started things off (49), with further strikes arriving from Mohamed Bangura (71) and Celso Borges (86).
Vitesse Arnhem overcame the first-half dismissal of Jan-Arie van der Heijden to beat FC Groningen 3-0 and climb to second in the Eredivisie.
Van der Heijden's dismissal was the talking point of the match, with referee Bas Nijhuis showing the defender a straight red card on the half-hour mark for a seemingly innocuous push on Mitchell Schet.
Vitesse went in front in the 63rd minute when Mike Havenaar headed home Patrick van Aanholt's cross.
Tomas Kalas then added another three minutes from time with Havenaar teeing up the defender, and Wilfried Bony had the final say in stoppage time with his finish to another perfect ball from Van Aanholt.
French Ligue 1
Marseille maintained their 100% record to remain top of Ligue 1, but only after a narrow victory at Nancy.
OM scraped a 1-0 success at Stade Marcel-Picot to make it five wins from five for the title hopefuls.
Jordan Ayew was the match-winner, finding the target after 57 minutes.
Lyon remain two points off the pace in second, courtesy of a routine 2-0 win over Ajaccio at Stade Gerland.
Dejan Lovren (25) and Lisandro Lopez (74) scored the goals as Les Gones enjoyed their fourth win of the season.
Lorient preserved their unbeaten start to the Ligue 1 season with a 2-1 victory at Rennes in a controversial affair which saw three players sent off.
Two goals from Alain Traore put the visitors in the driving seat but that was tempered by red cards for Maxine Baca and goalkeeper Fabien Audard.
Rennes replied through Jonathan Pitroipa but they also finished the match a man less with Cheick Diarra given his marching orders.
Belgian Jupiler League
An 86th-minute goal from Elimane Coulibaly allowed Beerschot AC to record a 3-2 win over Standard Liege.
Coulibaly`s goal ensured they completed a turnaround from 2-1 down, having initially led through Coulibaly`s first of the evening.
Imoh Ezekiel would level things up and Ignacio Gonzalez turned it around before Joachim Mungunga`s equaliser allowed Coulibaly to win it.
Russian Premier League
CSKA Moscow closed back to within a point of Russian Premier League leaders Terek Grozny with a 2-0 win at home to Alania Vladikavkaz.
Keisuke Honda scored both goals for the hosts, in the 49th minute and five minutes from the end, as CSKA returned to second place behind surprise package Grozny, who were 2-0 winners at Zenit St Petersburg on Friday night.
A bad night for Alania was compounded in injury time when Deividas Semberas saw red for a second booking.
Anzhi Makhachkala climbed to third with an entertaining 5-2 win over Krasnodar.
The hosts raced into the lead with Oleg Shatov scoring inside 60 seconds, while Joao Carlos doubled the lead after five minutes.
Samuel Eto'o made it three in the 14th minute before Marcio Abreu (39) reduced the deficit.
Mbark Boussoufa made it 4-1 after 46 minutes before Ognjen Vranjes (52) again saw the visitors trim the lead to two, but Anzhi had the final say three minutes from full-time when Eto'o bagged his second.
In the day's other game, Rostov ran out 1-0 winners over bottom side Dinamo Moscow thanks to Jan Holenda's 62nd-minute effort.
AaB remain hot on the heels of FC Copenhagen at the top of the Superliga after a 4-0 victory over Randers FC on Sunday night.
Kent Nielsen`s men were on song at Nordjyske Arena, taking a 17th-minute lead through Jeppe Curth and wrapping things up with Kayke`s 88th-minute strike.
In between times, Kasper Kusk netted a brace to put the Aalborg side a point behind Copenhagen.
In the night`s other game, Brondby and AC Horsens equally shared four goals, with Johnny Molby`s AC recovering from a 2-0 deficit.
Mike Jensen got the scoring going with a 57th-minute penalty, with Jens Stryger Larsen making it two shortly after.
But the Yellow Danger fought back thanks to Martin Spelmann`s penalty and Alexander Andersen`s equaliser.
Portuguese Liga Sagres
Sporting remain winless after three matches of the Liga Sagres season after Joao Guilherme snatched a late point for Maritimo.
Ricky van Wolfswinkel put the Sporting ahead in the 55th minute and that looked to be enough to secure all three points for the away side.
But Guilherme had other ideas and struck the equaliser with just three minutes remaining to take to five points from a possible nine.
Turkish Super Lig
Fenerbahce moved up to third in the Super Lig table with a 2-1 win over Mersin Idmanyurdu, which was sealed with Cristian Baroni`s 89th-minute goal.
Aykut Kocaman`s men had a job on when they fell behind to Wissem Ben Yahia`s seventh-minute opener and, even though they equalised on the stroke of half-time through Mehmet Topal, it appeared they would have to settle for a draw.
But substitute Baroni struck with seconds remaining to keep them on the shoulders of leaders Galatasaray.
In Akhisar, Pierre Webo stole the show as his second-half hat-trick saw Istanbul Buyuksehir BSK run out 4-0 winners against Akhisar Belediye.
They already led through Samuel Holmen`s first-half opener before Webo took over, the Cameroon international scoring in the 57th, 66th and 89th minutes.
Eskisehirspor also scored four goals, getting the better of Genclerbirligi 4-2 at the Ataturk Stadyumu.
All their goals were shared out with Leonardo Dede, Diomansy Kamara, Necati Ates and Rodrigo Tello all having found the net before Ozgur Ileri and Dejan Lekic mustered consolations.
In the night`s other game, Halil Altintop`s second-half goal was enough to earn Trabzonspor a 1-0 success over Sivasspor.