UEFA Cup (First Round, Second Leg) Wednesday 1 October 1980 at Molineux (Att 20,717)
Wolves (1) 1 (Eves 30): Bradshaw, Palmer, Parkin, Daniel, Hughes, Villazan, Hibbitt, (Brazier 68), Carr (Atkinson 68), Gray, Richards, Eves, subs Kearns, Clarke, Berry.
PSV Eindovern (0) 0: Doesburg, Wildschut, Brandts, Stevens, R.van der Kerkhof, van Kraay, Valke, Poortvliet, van der Kuylen, Koster, Podhuna, subs van der Meulen, Jung Mo Huh, Janssen, Keoman, Smolders.
Referee: Mr F. Wohrer (Austria).
Lighting: Wolves floodlights failed in the 38th minute and were out for 25 minutes. UEFA Observer Birger Fandberg, vice-president of the Swedish F.A. was so impressed with the reaction of the crowd he ordered a message of praise to be broadcast over the public address system. Afterwards Fandberg added, “I cannot speak highly enough of the behaviour of the Wolves fans”.
Added Attraction: Before the match and during the interval there was a show put on by the dogs and their handlers of RAF Newton display team.