Premier League

Burnley neutralized the Wolves of Raúl Jiménez

The Mexican was a starter in the Premier League, but did not have opportunities to make a difference on the field.

Raúl Jiménez's Wolves suffered their second consecutive defeat.
Raúl Jiménez's Wolves suffered their second consecutive defeat.

Wolves faced Burnley on Sunday, a team that is in the relegation battle in the Premier League. Raúl Jiménez's side gave life to their opponents with those three points, as Burnley won 1-0 and are currently out of the relegation zone. 

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Burnley vs Wolves Highlights

It was not until the second half that the goal thrills appeared. In the 62nd minute, Matěj Vydra scored the only goal of the match. The striker finished off a pass from his teammate, Weghorst. 

The Herd tried to level the match, but the opponent's defensive work was good and both Jiménez and Hwang were well neutralized. Even Fábio Silva could not do much, coming on for Pedro Neto, who also struggled to rescue the Wolves. 

The match ended and Jiménez's team dropped to eighth place with 49 points, thus moving away from the Premier League European places that they are fighting for with West Ham and Manchester United. 

Bruno Lage's Wolves have now gone two games without a win and with four games remaining, they have a match against leaders Manchester City, a complicated scenario as they still have to face Chelsea and Liverpool. In the next matchday, Wolves will face Brighton.

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