Williams then looked to build on his recent hot streak in front of goal, with his right-footed effort gobbled up by Arinbjornsson soon after.
Lacey then produced his moment of magic to restore our lead with just twenty minutes remaining, as he weaved his way to the byline past two players before scooping the ball over the Wanderers keeper to make it 2-1.
Wolves then drew level for a second time in the game, with substitute Plank charging forward from inside his own half before smashing the ball home after 79 minutes played.
Lacey came forward again as our young Reds went in search of another go-ahead goal, with his outside-of-the-foot pass just evading Victor Musa’s run in behind.
Harrison was called into action during the final knockings of the game, as he wonderfully denied Plank a brace with a strong save to keep the scoring level and ensure the game remained level at 2-2.
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