Wolves 3 Everton 0 – player ratings


Rui Patricio

Will be happy to have kept Everton at bay. Denied Calvert-Lewin from the start by going down quickly – the only stop he had to make.

His quick thought freed Jota, who squared him for Traore for what should have been a fourth. 7

Willy Boly

After shaky postings against Arsenal and Sheffield United, Boly looked much more confident against the Toffees.

Wasn’t massively tested by them all afternoon and went about their business without a problem. 7

Conor Coady

Will have been very pleased with the clean sheet – not only because the previous two games were mediocre, but because he is a big fan of Liverpool.

Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison did little to overthrow the Wolves skipper. 7

Romain Saiss

Like the other two half-centers, Saiss has managed to do a solid job.

He never had an Everton striker running straight at him and asking him serious questions, so it was a simple afternoon for him. 7

Matt Doherty

Not quite at its best. Doherty, however, advanced more than he did at Bramall Lane and teamed up with Neto and Podence, who were happy to change sides in the first half. 7

Leander Dendoncker

Justified its inclusion with a very busy display in the middle of the park, frequently interrupting the game and passing it well.

You are on the scoresheet with a clever header and are starting to become an appropriate goal threat now. 8

Ruben Neves

Regardless of world class, his outrageous playing field pass to set Jota’s goal came from a whole different planet.

It came just after another great ball to Jota. The keenest wolf player since rebooting. 9

Jonny Castro Otto

Given almost nothing to fear from the ineffective Walcott.

On the front foot, he was often there when Podence or Neto needed support. 7

Pedro Neto

Too bad to see him knock and move away but before that, the Portuguese were full of life.

Sent a magnificent free kick for Dendoncker to come home, making it 2-0, and impressed by his fancy footwork. 8

Raul Jimenez

Although not at the heart of the action, Jimenez did what we had to do.

As cool as they come from the place, having scored his six Premier League penalties. 7

Daniel Podence

Well, the wait was worth it. It was so exciting to finally see Podence in the starting lineup, and he didn’t disappoint.

Won the penalty spot and read the game so well – playing complex passes – when he almost scored a couple. The same thing again, please. 9


Diogo Jota (for Neto, 56)

He dusted off after a disappointing absence and returned to the goals in style. 8

Adama Traore (for Podence, 70)

Should have done four, but rocked the bar. 6

Joao Moutinho (for Jimenez, 77)

N / A.

Not used: Ruddy (gk), Kilman, Vinagre, Buur, Jordao, Gibbs-White


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