Jota on target as new leaders Wolves breeze past Aston Villa

14 October 2017 07:40
Wolverhampton Wanderers, in front of their biggest home crowd since 1981, made short work of dismissing Aston Villa, hitherto the division’s form side, to claim pole position in the Championship. Second-half goals from Diogo Jota and Léo Bonatini were the least Wolves deserved as they eased past their West Midlands rivals, who had won their previous four games, in front of a buzzing 30,239 crowd.Nuno Espírito Santo’s side produced a scintillating performance, their short-passing, fast-countering style enabling them to slice through Villa’s more established players. The incentive was there for Wolves after other results had gone their way beforehand, with Cardiff City and Leeds United losing, and they seized the moment in style. Related: Football League: Sheffield United keep pace at top while Luton hit seven Related: Che Adams gives Steve Cotterill perfect start as Birmingham stun Cardiff Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian