Date: 20th July 2019 at 8:00pm
Written by:

A sensational second half performance from Portuguese international goalkeeper Rui Patricio took Wolverhampton Wanderers to Premier League Asia Cup success over Manchester City.

Having dispatched Newcastle United in the previous game, the game ended goalless at the end of normal time and despite suffering a deep cut to the face that led to a long injury stoppage, the 31-year-old saved three of City’s five penalties to give us a 3-2 victory.

Our goals in the shoot out came from Ryan Bennett, Taylor Perry and Ruben Vinagre.

For a full match report Click Here.

A bright way to start the new campaign, especially given the youngsters that were included, so onto the rest of pre-season as we prepare for our early start in the Europa League competition and 2019/20 gets going for real.

Wolves:
Patricio, Traore (Sanderson), Bennett, Coady, Boly (Kilman), Jonny (Vinagre), Neves (Hong), Moutinho (Taylor), Dendoncker (Cundle), Gibbs-White (Ennis), Jota (Perry).

Unused subs:
Ruddy, Norris, Miranda, Francis, Marques, Samuels.

Man City:
Bravo, Danilo, Stones (Walker), Laporte (Angelino), Zinchenko (Harwood-Bellis), Rodri (Garcia), De Bruyne (Gundogan), Bernabe (Bernardo), A-Ocampo (Knight), Sane (Nmecha), Sterling (Silva).

Unused subs:
Grimshaw, Touaizi, Pozo, Doyle, Diounkou.

Reacting to the win on social media, it certainly brightened everyone’s weekend’s up but obviously, Patricio stole the show for obvious reasons.

Previous Article:

Wolves Fans Will Be Keeping An Eye On 19 y/o Given His Speedy Development Since January Arrival

 

2 Replies to ““Beware – The Wolves Approach” “Outstanding Performance” – These Wolves Fans Celebrate First Success Of The Season”

  • What a different player Traore can be if Nuno lets him use his speed from 30/40 yards further back. . . To fast and no time left was becoming frustrating last season to make use of his acceleration and tallent

Your Comment