Paul Lambert has heaped praise on his 'brave' Wolves side
Wolves stunned Liverpool inside the first minute at Anfield with a headed goal from Richard Stearman.
The Championship side then doubled their lead before half-time through Andreas Weimann before Liverpool grabbed a consolation through Divock Origi.
And Wolves boss Paul Lambert has heaped praise on his side's bravery for handling the hostile atmosphere of Anfield and coming away with the win.
Andreas Weimann grabbed Wolves' second against Liverpool
“I said at the start of the game I don’t know how to play any other way other than trying to come out the traps," Lambert said.
"I said try and do it, we got a great start which gave us something to hang on to.
“When you play here you have to be big and brave.
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"You’ve got to handle the atmosphere and I thought we were excellent.
“On the counter-attack I knew we had pace up there and I knew that could hurt them.
The 2-1 defeat was Liverpool's third in succession at home, meaning they have been knocked out of the EFL and FA Cup in the space of a week.