Wolves look to continue their good run of form in the Premier League as they thrashed West Ham with 3 goals to nil in their last game.
They played at Goodison Park this afternoon and almost replicated their performance from midweek with a 3-1 win over the home side.
A much better performance from Wolves in comparison to the reverse fixture against the Toffees at the Molineux Stadium last August
Neves’ spot kick was cancelled out by Andre Gomes’ goal at the 27th minute however things seemed to go worse for the travelling team as Neves limped off the pitch early in the first half.
This being a big blow for Wolves as he has been at the helm of their attacks thus far, this season.
Overall a very dominant performance from Nuno’s men keeping them at 7th place in the Premier Le
Here’s how we rated the players after the victory.
Rui Patricio 7
Similar to his last game, he didn’t have much to do, nothing could be done on his end regarding Gomes’ goal, but otherwise it was a decent performance from the seasoned Portuguese.
However one instance led to an excellent save against Walcott’s in the first half.
Ryan Bennett 7
Bennett with another great performance, alongside his captain to maintain their 2 goal lead late in the second h
Conor Coady 7
The captain ensured that his team didn’t suffer any late drama with some great balls from the central defender to his attacking colleagues.
Would be happy with his performance on enemy territory on the other side of Mer
Willy Boly 8
Back from suspension, Boly played well to help secure an all important win for the travelling team.
A wonderful block to deny Michael Keane an almost certain goal, best defender for Wolves this season?
Matt Doherty 7
Great build up play leading to the penalty which was swiftly put away by Neves, forcing Baines to bring him down in the box.
Leander Dendoncker 9
Could have easily had two in the bag but missed his early chance when set through by Jimenez.
A powerful volley was sent Pickford’s way who couldn’t help but watch it fly into the roof of the net.
Ruben Neves 7
A very good performance today scoring the early opener however very unfortunate to have to hobble off the pitch. Leaving wolves fans hoping for good news from the treatment room.
Joao Moutinho 8
Another assist from the Portuguese veteran again proving his £5 million price tag but could be worth more even at his age.
Superb performance with many fans hailing him as Wolves’ best.
Jonny Otto 7
Signing a permanent deal with Wolves and played great to prove why wolves ensured that they got his signature.
The Spaniard caused Seamus Coleman a couple of problems throughout the match.
Raul Jimenez 9
Amazing display of finesse and technical ability in regards to link up play and that glorious pass to Matt Doherty early in the game.
Another headed goal in the bag for the Mexican.
Having a great season for Wolves thus far with 9 league goals and 6 assi
Diogo Jota 8
Very professional performance and contributed to all three goals that went past the England international’s goal.
Assisting Dendoncker and being fouled for Wolves’ second goal.
Was unfortunate to not get himself on the scoresheet.
Romain Saiss (Sub) 7
Was able to step in well for the injured Neves.
Holder Costa (Sub)
Good cameo for the Portuguese player making it past defenders down the wing.