Raúl Jiménez is going through the very best moment of his career. Since the start of the season, the Mexican striker played six games so far and score three goals. One of them arrived on Monday night, when he gave Wolverhampton a winner against Leeds on Premier League Week 5.
The score game the Wolves their third victory of the season on the Premier League as they escalated to the 6th position, with the same nine points than Leicester City or Arsenal. After scoring on the 70th minute, Jiménez celebrated his goal sending a very special message.
The attacker draw an "A" with his fingers and looked at the camera, sending a clear message to his newborn daughter called Arya. The baby was watching the match at home with the wife's player Daniela Basso, who posted on her social media some images thanking his for his kind gesture.
The 29 years old striker has now netted the ball 47 times for Wolverhampton, after 105 games played. The English club is the one in which he scored the most (31 at Benfica, 38 at América and one at Atlético de Madrid). The "Lobo de Tepejí", as he is known, arrived on July 2019 to the Wolves, on a transfer closed for $40 million and has a contract signed until June 2024.