Jones double gores Wolves

SUNDERLAND boss Steve Bruce berated his side&rsquo;s calamitous defending despite seeing them smash five past sorry Wolves to go eighth in the Premier League.<br /><br />Striker Kenwyne Jones grabbed a brace with Darren Bent, Michael Turner and a Michael Mancienne own goal completing the rout.<br /><br />But Bruce was angered by his side&rsquo;s woeful defence as John Mensah&rsquo;s own goal and a Kevin Doyle tap-in brought Wolves level at 2-2 before the Black Cats rallied late on.<br /><br />&ldquo;It is just an incredible result but at times our defending was comical. The coaching staff have to sort out the situation defensively,&rdquo; he said. &ldquo;Thankfully at the top end of the pitch we have a genuine threat and have used them to get out of jail.&rdquo;<br /><br />Bent opened the scoring after nine minutes, picking himself off the floor to dispatch the penalty after being felled by Segundo Castillo.<br /><br />Minutes after half time, Bent was again upended, this time by Christophe Berra, and Jones tucked in the resulting spot kick. <br /><br />Wolves responded instantly when Mensah unluckily chested into his own net after Craig Gordon palmed a cross straight at the defender. <br /><br />Kieran Richardson was to blame for Wolves&rsquo; equaliser, sending an awful back-pass to Gordon who had no choice but to handle the ball and concede a free-kick six yards out. Karl Henry&rsquo;s effort cannoned off the wall but Doyle was on hand to slot home. <br /><br />Jones&rsquo;s fierce, low 25-yard shot restored Sunderland&rsquo;s lead before Turner headed in for his first for the club. The result was put beyond doubt when Mancienne inadvertently deflected Bent&rsquo;s strike past Wayne Hennessy, condemning Wolves to a fourth league defeat of the season.