After more than 30 years without being in Europa leagues, Wolverhampton will play with Torino in the Europa League playoffs. Finished in the EPL 7th, Wolves have been progressing day in day out in both leagues.

Wolverhampton Wanderers celebrated their biggest aggregate win in Europe on Thursday after the Premier League side beat Armenia’s Pyunik 4-0 on the night, and 8-0 overall, to battle Europa League playoff with Serie A’s Torino.

The winner of the home and away legs on Aug. 22 and 29, with the first match played in Italy, will progress to the group stage.

Substitute Diogo Jota scored with an acrobatic late scissor kick to wrap up an easy victory in front of a packed Molineux, with three of the goals flowing in 10 minutes after the break.

Wolves, seventh in the league last season, are competing in Europe for the first time since they played in the 1980-81 UEFA Cup.



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