Late Jimenez champ puts Wolves on skirt of capability

Raul Jimenez put Wolves on the very edge of the Europa League knockout stages as his damage time strike verified triumph against Slovan Bratislava at Molineux.

The game seemed to head towards an impasse after Bratislava goalkeeper Dominik Greif kept out Ruben Neves’ punishment from the get-go in the subsequent half.

Be that as it may, Jimenez headed in Adama Traore’s cross to take the focuses.

Wolves are second in Group K with nine points, five in front of Bratislava in third with only two games remaining.

Nuno EspĂ­rito Santo’s side need only a point to advance to the following round.

The triumphant objective came in the second of 12 minutes of damage time, which was because of an extensive time of treatment for Bratislava’s Kenan Bajric, who had been gotten by Jimenez’s boot when he endeavored an overhead kick.

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Bajric must be taken off on a stretcher in the wake of showing up not to move while on the pitch yet was accounted for to be cognizant when he was surveyed further by therapeutic staff in the passage.

Jimenez was reserved for the test and, in the wake of scoring the victor, his festival was quieted, catching his hands together along these lines to Tottenham forward Son Heung-min after he scored against Red Star Belgrade in the Champions League prior this week.

Child was contrite after that 4-0 win for his handle which prompted Everton midfielder Andre Gomes’ terrible lower leg damage on Sunday.

Jimenez disclosed to BT Sport: “It is hard for us all.I don’t have the foggiest thought what to state’. I trust he recuperates well.”

Wolves walk on in Europe

Wolves’ structure in the Premier League this season has been conflicting with seven draws, two successes and two thrashings yet in Europe they have been astonishingly solid.

In the wake of losing their Europa League opener to Sporting Braga they have now won their last three games in progression – the first occasion when they have dealt with that since winning their opening six games in the 1971-72 Uefa Cup.

They proceeded to arrive at the last of that challenge and keeping in mind that there is as yet far to go for them to rehash such an accomplishment in this challenge, they have unquestionably not watched strange against some prepared European restriction.

The hosts could have won this game by a greater edge yet for some amazing goalkeeping by Greif.

Just as jumping the correct method to deny Neves, the Bratislava shotstopper likewise showed snappy responses to keep out Joao Moutinho’s avoided strike and afterward amazingly denied Matt Doherty’s short proximity volley.

Wolves, however, have demonstrated great versatility this season. Their previous 11 objectives have all come in the subsequent half and they scored an emotional a minute ago victor against Besiktas in September through Willy Boly. This time it was Jimenez who was Wolves’ saint as he scored his twelfth objective of the crusade.

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