Wolverhampton Wanderers went down 2-0 to Leicester City in this weekend’s tie at the King Power Stadium.
Given the overall game, it’s fair to say that Wolves can feel somewhat harshly done by in the game as we were certainly worthy of a point but Leicester simply made the most of their chances and even when they were reduced to ten men, we couldn’t find a way through.
One man who did stand out though was £18million summer capture Adama Traore who made his debut off the substitutes bench as part of a double change by Nuno Espirito Santo.
Whoscored rated his efforts over the final 45 minutes as being worthy of a 7.49 score as although the attacker didn’t get an effort at goal, he contributed two key passes and a pass accuracy rate of 82.4% with a total of 34 touches.
He showed his threat though with seven dribbles and the obvious talent that he brings is probably clear to all. Once he settles in fully and finds his feet with his new teammates we should have an absolute gem on our hands.