A hat trick by Diogo Jota, assisted by Moutinho, Rúben Neves and Jiménez, allowed the club guided by Nuno Espírito Santo to score three points.
After two days without winning, Wolverhampton tried to return this Saturday to the triumphs, and Nuno Espírito Santo, fruit, to a large extent, of a Portuguese society that does not stop to bear fruit. In a game of complete madness in the final moments, Diogo Jota, with a hat-trick was the hero of the match.
With an early goal from the Portuguese, the formation led by Nuno Espírito Santo started well, showing good football and pressing high, and of course, after the Portuguese goal, Moutinho’s pass widened, Bennett soon after 13 minutes, he increased the lead to 2-0.
However, if the first part started all the gas for the Wolves, the second half started even more ‘boiling’ for Leicester. With a result of 2-0 at half-time, the formation of Claude Puel returned to the second half with the turbo switched on. In the 47th minute, Gray reduced to 2-1, and four minutes later an auto-goal would equal the scoreboard.
With everything tied, Nuno Espírito Santo’s team-mates were again looking for injury, and Jota, in the 64th minute, he who had made the first of the game with a great goal, returned the advantage to his team, after a geometric pass from Reuben Neves.
Once again, the home team ‘relaxed’ and gave the game as a win, but as the game progressed to its end, Morgan, at 87, returned to score, making the final result look like a draw. However, Diogo Jota was not satisfied, and well over the final whistle, already in discounts, the pass of Jiménez, formerly Benfica, made the 4-3 final.
With this result, Wolves climbs to eighth place, scoring 32 points with 23 rounds.