John Ruddy

As expected, it was a quiet night for Wolves's pickup. Faced only a few tame shots. A clean sheet for Ruddy to be happy. 7

Jesus Vallejo

The loaner from Real Madrid showed off his Spanish skills in the first half against Cutrone with a magnificent long ball and in advance of Neto against the Italian with an even better. A few shaky moments on the defensive, picking up a booking, but a solid debut. 7

Conor Coady

Wolves & # 39; Mr. Reliable remained at the center of the defense to lead the debutants Vallejo and Kilman through the game. He did just that, always talked and organized. 7

Maximilian Kilman

A few loose touches and one or two late duels made for a nervous start for the youngster, but he looked much safer as the game progressed. You can tell he used to play futsal when he was at home with the ball at his feet. 7

Adama Traore

Well, a shot with the left foot, which after a decent job to the throw-in to make room, brought a frustrating first half for the car. The second half was more productive and he dropped the template for Vinagres goal. 7

Romain Saiss

The Moroccan is never the most striking. He just made things tick in the middle of the park, so Gibbs-White could jump forward more often. 7

Morgan Gibbs-White

Enthusiasm and relief were felt as well as the teenager came from the spot. This goal took a long time to come, and if he continues these late runs from midfield to the end of the flanks, he will score many more goals. 7

Joao Moutinho

Moutinho, one of two players in the side after the draw at Leicester, did not see much of the ball. A soothing influence, but Wolves took a gear higher and scored his goals after running away. 6

Ruben Vinagre

The more we see from the Portuguese full-back, the more excited we become. Vinagre is such a force that goes forward and has deservedly landed on the score sheet. Still sharp on the hind foot, but when he's in full swing, he's scared. 8th

Pedro Neto

As for debuts, a goal and an assist are pretty good. Neto hurried a little early, tried too hard, but hit from close range, then tensed his muscles and put the ball for Gibbs-White on a plate. Never shied away from the ball. 8th

Patrick Cutrone

They feel that Cutrone with his immense work ethic will become the fans' favorite – without giving the Pyunik backline a short break. Set up Neto, but he's a little annoyed that he was not on the scoresheet. 7


Leander Dendoncker (for Moutinho, 52)

Added more attack impulses as the locks opened. 7

Raul Jimenez (for Cutrone, 72)

Nonchalantly shoveled the ball to Jota, who finished fantastically to make it four. 7

Diogo Jota (for Neto, 72)

A magical target, symbolic of a sovereign class player. 8th

Not used: Patricio (gk), Bennett, Otto, Neves