Quality was in short suppy in a game that had been billed as a clash between two teams intent on breaking up the 'Top Six' this season as Wolves were held to a goalless draw by visiting Leicester.
The main talking point occurred shortly before half-time as VAR denied Wolves' Wily Boly the opening goal when it was adjudged that Pedro Neto's heel had been marginally offside in the build-up to the French defender's clever header.
Wolves striker Raul Jimenez was uncharacteristically wasteful in front of goal and, after Foxes midfielder Hamza Choudhury was dismissed for a second yellow card with 20 minutes to go, the Mexican might feel he could have won the game on another day with a handful of chances.
As it was, Leicester held on despite a brief flurry from Wolves in stoppage time with either side taking a share of the points on a Valentine's Day clash unlikely to be remembered come May.
Wolves 0-0 Leicester - Man of the match
“They've been really solid, good rearguard action. The central defender has kept Wolves relatively quiet." - Steve McManaman
Wolves 0-0 Leicester - View from the dugout
"VAR is a part of us now, we have to get used to it"
The Wolves manager cut a frustrated figure after his side missed an opportunity to take all three points against 10-man Leicester.
"We showed good energy in the game and some good quality"
The former Celtic boss was happy with his team's effort as they went down to 10 men but held out for a point at Molineux.
Wolves 0-0 Leicester - View from the dressing room
“I don't think the referee knows what's going on”
“I don't really want to speak about it [VAR] too much, I've spoken about it before and it doesn't really get you anywhere. I don't think the referee knows what's going on, we don't know what's going on.
“We should have won the game, simple as that. We don't understand the decision, I don't think many people do but it's been made and that's twice now against Leicester this season."
Wolves 0-0 Leicester - Tweet of the game
BT Sport's MotoGP anchor Suzi Perry makes no secret of her allegiances ahead of tonight's game.
Wolves 0-0 Leicester - Picture of the game
It was a familiar tale of frustration for fans watching on this evening as VAR stole the headlines once again, ruling out Wily Boly's header late in the first half after Pedro Neto was narrowly adjudged to be offside in the build-up.
Wolves 0-0 Leicester - Key stats
o Wolves have drawn consecutive league games goalless for the first time since April 2010, when they drew 0-0 against Stoke and Fulham.
o Two of Leicester’s three goalless draws in the Premier League under Brendan Rodgers have come against Wolves.
o Only Sheffield United (5) have had more goals ruled out via VAR in the Premier League this season than Wolves (4).
o Since returning to the Premier League in 2014-15, Leicester have received 19 red cards – the joint-most of any team in that time (level with Everton and Watford).
o Only Aston Villa (6) have seen their opponents receive more red cards in Premier League games this season than Wolves (5).
o Since joining Leicester, Jamie Vardy has played more league games against Wolves without scoring than any other side (six games).
o Jamie Vardy became only the second Leicester player to make 200 Premier League appearances for the club, after Muzzy Izzet (222). Aged 33 years and 34 days, Vardy is the oldest Englishman to reach 200 appearances in the competition since Alan Stubbs (35y 323d) in August 2007.
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