Raul Jimenez’s first half penalty towards Olympiakos was sufficient to see Wolves by to the quarter-final of the Europa League.
The 1-Zero victory at Molineux gave Nuno Espirito Santo’s facet a 2-1 combination win to arrange a conflict with Sevilla within the subsequent spherical.
Wolves opened the scoring after eight minutes due to some woeful Olympiakos defending.
Bobby Allain’s heavy contact allowed Daniel Podence to shut him down earlier than the goalkeeper barged him over.
Jimenez calmly rolled within the penalty to provide the hosts a 2-1 combination lead.
Santo’s facet survived a scare after 28 minutes when Mohamed Camara thought he had levelled the tie.
However after a prolonged VAR examine Olympiakos’ leveller was disallowed, with Youssef El Arabi’s armpit dominated offside earlier than he crossed the ball.
Wolves got here near doubling their lead simply after the hour when Allain turned Podence’s drive over and, quickly after, Willy Boly failed to show in Diogo Jota’s deflected effort.
There was no redemption for Rangers as their Europa League marketing campaign was lastly killed off by a 1-Zero defeat to Bayer Leverkusen.
Steven Gerrard’s staff have been made to attend 5 months for one more shot on the German giants.
However the harm accomplished in March’s 3-1 first-leg defeat at Ibrox proved an excessive amount of to get well.
Peter Bosz’s spectacular Bundesliga outfit will now march into Monday’s quarter-final shoot-out with Inter Milan in close by Dusseldorf after Moussa Diaby’s early second-half strike sealed a 4-1 combination triumph.
Thursday’s Europa League outcomes:
Bayer Leverkusen 1-Zero Rangers (4-1)
Sevilla 2-Zero Roma
Basel 1-Zero Eintracht Frankfurt (4-0)
Wolves 1-Zero Olympiakos (2-1)