With a stunning victory over Everton, Wolves returned to winning ways in style as Nuno Espirito Santo ‘s squad ran riot at Molineux. A Raul Jimenez penalty just before half-time for the first time since February gave Wolves a first-half lead before Leander Dendoncker’s header doubled the advantage in the first minute of the second period.

Substitute Diogo Jota sealed his side’s first victory in three matches with 15 minutes left before finding the back of the net after latching on to Ruben Neves’ excellent pass.

The Wolves are sixth in three rounds before the season, with a pointless than fifth-placed Manchester United and four less than fourth-placed Leicester. The Champions League Chances for the Wolves aren’t big, but they still exist.

The Wolves and Everton players stood a minute’s silence before kick-off in memory of Jack Charlton, the 1966 England World Cup winner who passed away earlier this week, aged 85.


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