Wolves keep their top four hopes alive
Espirito Santo’s side return to sixth spot after handy win over dismal Everton
Jimenez pen 45, Dendoncker 46, Jota 74 three games that we have a different attitude. It doesn’t matter what the result is; you have to show professionalism on the pitch.”
That had been lacking from the start and, by the time Adama Traoré smacked a sitter against the crossbar late on, any semblance had long since departed. Traoré had begun on the bench and it was his replacement, Daniel Podence, who offered the spark that set Wolves off.
The Portuguese winger worked Jordan Pickford twice in the first 26 minutes, drawing a fine near-post save on the second occasion, and finally picked the lock shortly before half-time.
The route to goal seemed crowded when Podence received possession near the right side of the box, but he evaded the attentions of Leighton Baines and Anthony Gordon, slipping the ball through the latter’s legs, and then contrived a dragback to
The spirit of the team was unacceptable. – Everton coach Carlo Ancelotti