Wolves vs Leeds United: Wolves hosted Leeds at the Molineux Stadium on Matchday 30 of the Premier League.
The first half belonged to Wolves as Jonny and Trincao created a 2 goal lead for the home team. Raul Jimenez was sent off after twice being cautioned in the second half and the tide turned towards Leeds after the incident. Jack Harrison opened the scoring and Rodrigo equalized to put Leeds back in the game. Luke Ayling’s injury time winner bolstered the away team to a win and all 3 points.
Let’s take a look at the player ratings for the game:-
Wolves vs Leeds United Player Ratings
José Sa (5.2/10): Sa conceded 3 goals in the second half, causing Wolves to lose crucial points at home.
Willy Boly (7/10): Bolly replaced Kilman in the starting XI and didn’t disappoint Bruno Lage’s decision to play him. He made key challenges behind.
Conor Coady (5.7/10): Coady didn’t have a great match as he wasn’t consistent with his tackles and positioning.
Romain Saiss (5.5/10): Saiss made a mistake that resulted in a Leeds goal. He wasn’t at his best after hitting the back of the head in the first half but made a brilliant last-minute block in the closing minutes.
Johnny Otto (8.4/10): Otto had a great game down the right flank. He opened the Wolves’ goal with a well-placed shot into the bottom left corner.
Ruben Neves (6.1/10): Neves had a disappointing early end to the game as he was injured early in the first half and was replaced by Trincao.
João Moutinho (7.2/10): Moutinho distributed the ball well among the attackers. He also kept Wolves’ possession percentage in check.
Rayan Ait Nuri (7.1/10): The young left-back played well on the flanks, making good runs up front and defending well.
Leander Dendoncker (6/10): Dendoncker had an average match. He tried a few shots but couldn’t find the target.
Daniel Podence (8/10): Podence was creative in the first half, creating many chances including an assist for Trincao. He completed 5 dribbles – the most in the game.
Raul Jimenez (5.1/10): Jimenez lost most of the tackles in the match before being sent off early in the second half after being booked twice.
Trincao (8.8/10): Trincao came in as an injured sub and immediately impressed with an assist. He later increased it with a brilliant goal.
Hee-Chan Hwang (NA)
Fabio Silva (NA)
Illan Meslier (6/10): Leeds United goalkeeper Meslier made a couple of saves before injuring himself and being replaced by Klaesson.
Lukas Ayling (8.4/10): Ayling was exceptional on the right as he was great defensively. But his stoppage-minute goal grabbed the headlines as it gave Leeds a crucial win.
Diego Llorente (6.1/10): Llorente was another new addition to the casualty list in the first half when he was slapped in the back in a tackle and was substituted.
Pascal Struijk (7.3/10): Struijk was positionally good in the second half and didn’t let the 10-man Wolves have an effect.
Stuart Dallas (7.5/10): Dallas had a good defensive game, but he also contributed in attack to push forward in the second half.
Mateusz Klich (6.5/10): Klich had a decent play down the middle before injuring himself in a head collision and being substituted off with a concussion.
Adam Forshaw (7.3/10): Forshaw orchestrated the midfield well. He distributed the ball flawlessly between defense and attack.
Daniel Jacob (7.7/10): James had the least touches of the game but his fast feet and flashy pace caused problems for the full-backs.
Rodrigo (7.8/10): Rodrigo equalized for Leeds when he capitalized on Saiss’ error. His work rate was remarkable as he pressed hard to regain the ball when he wasn’t in possession.
Jack Harrison (8.1/10): Harrison lost many 50/50 challenges but he scored the opening goal and put Leeds back in the game.
Patrick Bamford (6/10): Poor Bamford, who was playing in his first start from injury, was only able to play 23 minutes when he pulled a hamstring trying to retrieve a ball.
Sam Greenwood (7.2/10): Greenwood came on early in the first half to replace Patrick Bamford. He also registered an assist.
Robin Koch (7.5/10): Koch was outstanding in the second half. He held the ball well and was strong in his tackles.
Charlie Cresswell (7.1/10): Creswell had a good game on defense as he made a couple of crucial tackles.
Kristoffer Klaesson (6.8/10): Klaesson made a rare appearance, replacing the injured Meslier in goal. In stoppage time, he kept Leeds ahead with a brilliant save.
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