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Wolves fans praise Diogo Jota after scoring brace against Brighton – TBR – The Boot Room – Football News



December 9, 2019
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The Portuguese forward returned to form against the in-form Seagulls.

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Wolves made it 11 games unbeaten by securing a 2-2 draw against Brighton at the AMEX Stadium.

Diogo Jota blasted Nuno Espirito’s side into the league but that evaporated in eight minutes. First Neal Maupay equalised before Davy Propper edged the Seagulls in front.

Wolves are made of stern stuff though and shortly before the interval, Jota pounced again to restore parity.

After Brighton’s exploits in beating Arsenal on Thursday night, the point looks a decent one for Wolves.

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Graham Potter’s team are having a decent season and Wolves will be thankful they were the latest high-profile victims.

Jota’s double provided a timely return to form for the 23-year-old. His goals were his first since September with the Portuguese performer hitting something of a barren run.

He has failed to contribute a single assist this season and his boss will surely hope yesterday’s double helps him ignite his campaign.

Wolves are sixth in the Premier League after yesterday’s draw and are well in the hunt for a European place once again.

After yesterday’s showing, however, it was the performance of Jota which caught the eye.

(Photo by Sam Bagnall – AMA/Getty Images)

Wolves supporters were delighted to see a return to form for the forward and took to Twitter to praise the youngster.

Here is a selection of Tweets from Wolves supporters regarding Jota.

keep going Diogo,when it all starts clicking you’ll be unstoppable

— Tod (@toddo08)December 8, 2019

Best answer to your small band of critics …..they are very quiet tonight

— A Richards + Zen (@ARichards1877)December 8, 2019

We all knew you’d start scoring again

— Joe (@joeblogswolves)December 8, 2019

Class act

— Craig Harrison (@Dangerharrison)December 8, 2019

Glad Jota got a goal after sometime. Hoping he can improve his decision making ability to finish off the great runs he gets on.

— Edward Gough (@realedwardgough)December 9, 2019

Top player shouldn’t get criticised when not scoring lucky to have him

— Ben Potts (@BenPott02722441)December 8, 2019

Well needed point that’s 6th in table

— John gardner (@Johngar57760738)December 8, 2019

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