Man Of The Match Report: Wolves 0-1 Tottenham

Match Attendance: 30,368

Former Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo made an early return to the Molineux. Wolves fans watched their first home match of the season under Nuno’s successor Bruno Lage, unfortunately for them Dele Alli’s penalty spoiled their party, giving his side a 1-0 win. Nuno’s familiarity with his former players may have been the deciding factor as his Spurs side spurred on and took all three points. 6 points from 6 against two tough oppositions, not a bad start. Our Man Of The Match goes to Hugo Lloris, he was kept busy on his 300th appearance for Tottenham but the talented keeper ensured Spurs kept the clean sheet. Let’s see why he was voted as MOTM:

Lloris’ Match Overview:

Rating: 7.96

Minutes played: 90

Pass accuracy %: 59.1

Saves: 3

Claims: 1

Key Passes: 1

Passes: 22

Lobbed Balls (Accurate Lobbed Balls): 17(8)

Parried Save: 1

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Despite the loss we have to say that Adama Traoré was by far the best player on the pitch today for Wolves and really showcased his class. He gets our vote for the best Wolves player yet again, two Man Of The Match worthy performances.

Traoré‘s Match Overview:

Rating: 8.31

Minutes played: 90

Pass accuracy %: 76.5

Shots (on target): 4(1)

Dribbles: 9

Cross completion: 5(3)

Key Passes: 4

Aerial duels won: 3

Tackles: 1

Passes: 34

Touches: 66

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