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Wolves vs Crystal Palace player ratings as 10-men Palace breeze past Gary O’Neil’ss team

Crystal Palace earned an impressive win against Wolves at the Molineux.

Wolves vs Crystal Palace: As it happened

Crystal Palace earned a 3-1 Premier League win on the road against Wolves. Michael Olise (26′), Jean-Philippe Mateta (28′), and Eberechi Eze (73′) were on the scoresheet for Palace. Matheus Cunha scored Wolves’ solitary goal (66′). Naouirou Ahamada was sent off as Palace finished the game with 10 men.

Wolves vs Crystal Palace: Player ratings

Wolves Player Ratings:

Wolves vs Crystal Palace player ratings
Wolves (Getty Images)

Daniel Bentley– 6: Didn’t make any notable save during the match but wasn’t beaten twice in quick succession.

Nelson Semedo– 6.5: An average performance from the Portuguese full-back. Didn’t make much of an impact either defensively or in the offense.

Max Kilman– 7: The Wolves captain spread the ball out from the back well during the game and was efficient with his passing range.

Toti Gomes– 6.5: In harmony with Wolves’ performance, Gomes failed to make any positive impression. He has had better days than the one against Palace.

Matt Doherty- 7: Perhaps the only Wolves player who made a notable impact. He hit the woodwork and also managed a shot on target.

Joao Gomes– 6.5: Gomes was in the center of the action and had to make both defensive and offensive contributions. However, he didn’t have a very impactful outing.

Mario Lemina– 6: Not one of Lemina’s best performances. While he saw a lot of the ball and passed it around, Lemina also lost possession a lot of the time.

Boubacar Traore– 6.5: Had an okayish outing without any significant impact and was eventually hooked at halftime.

Rayan Ait Nouri– 7: Didn’t see too much of the action. However, he had a shot on target and also made a key pass before getting subbed off.

Matheus Cunha– 7.5: Managed to get on the scoresheet and give his side a glimmer of hope. His efforts, however, went in vain.

Hwang Hee-Chan– 6.5: Wasn’t a very impressive display from the forward. He missed a big chance in a game where his team needed goals.


John-Ricner Bellegarde– 6.5

Pablo Sarabia– 6.5

Tommy Doyle– 6.5

Enso Gonzalez– 6.5

Crystal Palace Player Ratings:

Wolves vs Crystal Palace player ratings
Crystal Palace (Getty Images)

Dean Henderson– 7.5: The former Manchester United goalkeeper made a few important saves, most of them from inside his penalty area.

Nathaniel Clyne– 7: Good outing for Clyne. Apart from his defensive duties, the former Southampton man also hit the woodwork on one occasion.

Joachim Andersen– 7: The Palace captain was solid defensively and was hard to beat in duel situations.

Chris Richards– 6.5: Richards had a mediocre outing. While he did the defensive work, Richards’ passing was off and he misplaced many attempted passes.

Daniel Munoz– 7: A bullish performance from Munoz. He made attacking contributions and was also responsible defensively.

Adam Wharton– 7: Bagged an assist and also made a few crucial defensive contributions.

Will Hughes– 6.5: Hughes suffered a knock early in the game and had to be subbed off only after 15 minutes of action.

Tyrick Mitchell– 7: Mitchell was proactive and aimed at making an impact in the game.

Michael Olise– 7.5: Yet another impressive showing from Palace’s star man. Scored a goal, provided an assist, and also made a few key passes.

Eberechi Eze– 8: Standout player of the game. Scored a goal, created a big chance, and was the mastermind of the attack.

Jean-Philippe Mateta– 8: Impressive yet again and also managed to get on the scoresheet. He was a notable presence for the visitors.


Naouirou Ahamada– 6 (was sent off)

Odsone Edouard– 6.5

Marc Guehi– 6.5

Joel Ward- 6.5

Jeffrey Schlupp– 6.5

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