Premier League: Wolves vs Aston Villa Player Ratings as Wolves win 2-1 at home against Aston Villa

Here are the player ratings for Wolves vs Aston Villa Premier League match.

Wolves vs Aston Villa: Wolves faced Aston Villa on Matchday 31 of the Premier League at the Molineux Stadium.

There was not much between both the teams apart from the result. Wolves scored early through Jonny and doubled their lead with the help of Ashley Young’s own goal. Villa created more chances in the second half and were rewarded with a penalty late in the match which was converted by Ollie Watkins. But Wolves saw out the dying minutes to register the win.

Let’s take a look at the player ratings for the match: –

Wolves vs Aston Villa Player Ratings


Jose Sa (7.7/10): Sa only had a couple of saves to do, but they were quality ones. He conceded a late penalty which denied him a much-deserved clean sheet.

Willy Boly (7.2/10): Boly had a good match as he defended well inside the box. His clearances and recoveries were appreciable.

Conor Coady (6.5/10): Coady was booked early in the first half for a brash challenge. He had a decent game in the back.

Max Kilman (7.6/10): Kilman had an amazing match in the back line as he won 100% of his aerial and ground duels.

Jonny (8.4/10): Jonny scored Wolves’ opening goal in the 7th minute. He had complete accuracy in his dribbles and tackles.

Leander Dendoncker (7.4/10): Dendoncker held possession and distributed the ball well. Along with Moutinho, he had a good midfield performance.

Joao Moutinho (7.3/10): Moutinho distributed the ball well to the attackers. He also kept the possession percentage of Wolves in check.

Fernando Marcal (7.4/10): Marcal made impressive crosses into the box which could have been made use of better. The left wing back also carried out his defensive duties well.

Trincao (7/10): Trincao completed the most dribbles in the match- 3. He was replaced late in the second half.

Daniel Podence (7.5/10): The Portugese international’s intelligent passes and sublime skills gave Villa’s defence a tough night.

Fabio Silva (6.5/10): Silva had a decent match upfront. He took a couple of shots with both of them on target.


Hee-Chan Hwang (6.4/10): Hwang came in for injured Podence and did his duties well.

Pedro Neto (NA)

Chiquinho (NA)

Aston Villa

Emi Martinez (7/10): Aston Villa goalkeeper martinez had a good match but an own goal from team-mate cost him and Villa the match.

Matty Cash (5.8/10): Cash had one of those off days as he was ineffective on the right flank. He attacked well but was not good enough with his defence.

Ezri Konsa (5.9/10): Konsa had mediocre game in the back. He did not attempt any tackles and had just a single block.

Tyrone Mings (7.1/10): The captain had a good match as he completed the most passes. He made a few important interceptions and was positionally good.

Lucas Digne (6/10): Digne was having a good match before he got injured early in the first half and was replaced by Young.

John McGinn (8/10): McGinn had an amazing match as he won the most duels and he also created 4 chances, which was the most in the match.

Morgan Sanson (6.1/10): Sanson had a decent game in the midfield and was replaced in the second half by Douglas Luiz.

Jacob Ramsey (6/10): Ramsey had a mediocre match in the middle. He was the most accurate passes in the match with 94% accuracy.

Leon Bailey (5.5/10): Bailey was average on the night as he lost 11 duels- most in the match and was not up to the mark.

Philippe Coutinho (6.1/10): Coutinho used his vision and passing to create chances but was not successful.

Ollie Watkins (7.8/10): Watkins converted a late penalty to give Villa a glimmer of hope, but it was not enough to bring them back in the game.


Ashley Young (6.2/10): Young scored an own goal in the first half, but his defensive work rate was good in the second half.

Douglas Luiz (NA)

Emi Buendia (NA)

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