We miss out on a chance to go top, thanks in part to a poor first half and average second half showing.
Six in a row...now...where have we heard that before?
Goals from George Honeyman, Chris Maguire and Aiden McGeady put Sunderland three points from top spot.
Sunderland made it three wins on the bounce away against Doncaster Rovers last night.
Luke O'Nien, surprisingly, was the only Sunderland player to be on the score sheet after Omar Beckles opened the scoring by putting the ball in his own net.
Wolves were on their holidays, there's no doubt about that. But usually a Wolves side on their holidays would trounce the worst Sunderland side that has ever existed.
Sunderland lost again blah blah blah. Sunderland were terrible blah blah blah. The players aren't fit for the shirt blah blah blah. The away fans were fantastic again. Same story, different day and team. Time to vent once more and rate the players.
Sunderland's brief winning run crashed down against Liverpool today, with Divock Origi and a late James Milner penalty sending the hosts to the top of the Premier League table. Our resistance was finally undone in the 75th minute at Anfield, but how well do you think we really played? Have your say and rate the players below.
Heartbreaking, devastating and utterly expected. Winston Reid's 94th minute winner kept Sunderland rooted to the foot of the Premier League table as another must-win game ended in defeat at West Ham. Amazingly, David Moyes reckons he can see improvement in this team. Now it's time for your say.
Sunderland's 1-1 draw with West Brom on Saturday afternoon briefly lifted David Moyes' side off the foot of the Premier League table after doubling their points tally. It was far from a convincing performance, with Patrick van Aanholt's late equaliser salvaging an unlikely point. Now it's time to have your say on who impressed, and who isn't helping matters.