For his first goal, Jacobs capitalised on Wolves' bright start to head in his first from Scott Golbourne's left-wing cross. He made it two with a 25-yard strike. Wolves had a succession of misses in a game where they had 11 shots on target. Bakary Sako was twice denied by Notts keeper Bartosz Bialkowski, while Nouha Dicko fired wide from 10 yards.
Sunday, February 16, 2014
Michael Jacobs scored two cracking goals to give Wolves a 2-0 win over struggling Notts County. This was Wolves' 5th consecutive win in a run that has seen Jackett's boys score 12 goals and conceded a solitary goal. This has helped Wolves climb into second place with three points from 3rd placed Leyton Orient and also become League 1's best goal difference overtaking the same team.