Adama Traor protects the ball against Antonee Robinson.
ALady Traor is a ‘can’. Never better said. A ‘surface-to-air missile’ of the Spanish international has given Wolverhampton’s win over Fulham (0-1) in 92 ‘, with the time practically fulfilled.
The former Barcelona, Aston Villa and Middlesbrough, who formed in the starting eleven of Nuno Esprito Santo, received a pass to space from Fbio Silva on the right side, I beat my back on Kongolo and Andersen, entered the area and, despite being somewhat heeled, he took out a tremendous obs with his right to the short stick. It was so powerful that it caught Areola totally taken aback. The ex-Madridista could do nothing.
He served, in addition, to end Adama Traor’s long drought in the Premier League. He had deserved it, but had not scored since the victory against Manchester City (3-2) on December 27, 2019. 469 days had elapsed since his last goal in the League. This season he had only scored in the FA Cup against Crystal Palace.
Adama’s goal was not the only one seen at Craven Cottage. Willian Jos had opened the scoring in discount … of the first half. However, the goal of the former Real Sociedad, who heads a Podence center, it was annulled by a millimeter offside. It would also have been, if necessary, his first target since he arrived at the Premier.
The victory over Fulham (0-1) consolidates Wolverhampton in the ‘quiet zone’ of the Premier with 38 points, 12 above the decline and 13 for Europe. The ‘cottagers’, however, continue to decline. Three points separate him from Newcastle, which marks the salvation.