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Wolverhampton: The reason why Raúl Jiménez did not play against Newcastle United

The Mexican striker misses his second consecutive game for Wolverhampton.

The Mexican striker has not played for Wolves since the international break.
The Mexican striker has not played for Wolves since the international break.

Wolverhampton Wolves Mexican striker, Raúl Jiménez, was not required by the English team's coach, Bruno Lage, leaving him out of the call-up for the match against Newcastle United in Matchweek 32 of the Premier League, due to the suspension applied in the Premier League for the sending-off received against Leeds.

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The Mexican player will serve his second suspension since his return from the FIFA International break with the Mexican national team, where he was a starter in all three matches for ‘El Tri’.

Why was Raúl suspended for 2 games?

The Premier League regulations state that a red card is a 2-match suspension, so Raúl has not played a match for Wolves since March 18, when they were defeated by Leeds. In that match, he played 53 minutes. 

This season, Jiménez has not been called up in 4 matches, in addition to being a substitute in 3 of the 28 matches he has been called up for.

The Mexican has 6 goals in the Premier League this season and has not scored since March 10 in the 4-0 win over Watford.

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