Premier League: Wolves vs Leeds United Player Ratings as Leeds fight back from behind to win 3-2 on a dramatic night at the Molineux Stadium

Premier League: Wolves vs Leeds United Player Ratings as Leeds fight back from behind to win 3-2 on a dramatic night at the Molineux Stadium

Wolves vs Leeds United: Wolves hosted Leeds on Matchday 30 of the Premier League at the Molineux Stadium.


First half belonged to Wolves as Jonny and Trincao gave a 2-goal lead for the home team. Raul Jimenez was sent off in the second half after getting booked twice and the tide turned towards Leeds after the incident. Jack Harrison opened the scoring and Rodrigo equalized to bring Leeds back into the game. Luke Ayling’s stoppage time winner, bolstered the visiting team to a win and all 3 points.

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

Wolves vs Leeds United Player Ratings


Jose Sa (5.2/10): Sa conceded 3 goals in the second half, which lost Wolves crucial points at home.


Willy Boly (7/10): Bolly replaced Kilman in the starting line up and did not disappoint Bruno Lage’s decision to play him. He made key challenges at the back.

Conor Coady (5.7/10): Coady did not have a great match as he was inconsistent with his tackles and positioning.

Romain Saiss (5.5/10): Saiss made an error that led to a Leeds goal. He was not at his best after having a hit to the back of his head in the first half, but made a brilliant last-minute block in the final minutes.

Jonny Otto (8.4/10): Otto had an amazing game on the right flank. He opened Wolves’ scoring with a precisely placed shot in the left bottom corner.


Ruben Neves (6.1/10): Neves had a disappointing premature end to the match as he got injured early in the first half and was replaced by Trincao.

Joao Moutinho (7.2/10): Moutinho distributed the ball well to the attackers. He also kept the possession percentage of Wolves in check.

Rayan Ait Nouri (7.1/10): The young left wing back had a reasonable game on the flanks as he made good runs going forward and defended well.

Leander Dendoncker (6/10): Dendoncker had an average match. He attempted a few shots but did not find the target.


Daniel Podence (8/10): Podence was creative in the first half and created a lot of chances including an assist to Trincao. He completed 5 dribbles- the most in the match.

Raul Jimenez (5.1/10): Jimenez lost the most duels in the match before being sent off early in the second half as he got booked twice.


Trincao (8.8/10): Trincao came in as an injury sub and made immediate impact with an assist. He later magnified it with a brilliant goal.


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Leeds United

Illan Meslier (6/10): Leeds United goalkeeper meslier had a couple of saves to his name before he got injured and was replaced by Klaesson.


Luke Ayling (8.4/10): Ayling was exceptional on the right flank as he was defensively great. But his stoppage minute goal was the headline as it gave Leeds a crucial win.

Diego Llorente (6.1/10): Llorente was another addition to the casualty list in the first half as he got a hit in the back in a challenge and was subbed off.

Pascal Struijk (7.3/10): Struijk was positionally good in the second half and did not let the 10-men Wolves make any further impact.

Stuart Dallas (7.5/10): Dallas had a good defensive game, but he contributed in attack as well pushing forward in the second half.


Mateusz Klich (6.5/10): Klich was having a decent game in the middle before he got injured in a clash of heads and was subbed off with concussion.

Adam Forshaw (7.3/10): Forshaw orchestrated the midfield well. He distributed the ball between the defence and attack immaculately.

Daniel James (7.7/10): James had the least touches in the match, but his quick feet and flashy pace created problems for the wide defenders.

Rodrigo (7.8/10): Rodrigo equalized for Leeds as he capitalized on Saiss’ error. His work rate was appreciable as he pressed hard to regain the ball when not in possession.


Jack Harrison (8.1/10): Harrison lost many 50/50 challenges, but he scored the opening goal and brought Leeds back to the game.

Patrick Bamford (6/10): Poor Bamford playing in his first start post injury could play for just 23 minutes as he pulled his hamstring attempting for a ball.


Sam Greenwood (7.2/10): Greenwood came on early in the first half to replace Patrick Bamford. He registered an assist as well.


Robin Koch (7.5/10): Koch was sublime in the second half. He kept the ball well and was strong in his challenges.

Charlie Cresswell (7.1/10): Cresswell had a good game in defence as he made a couple of important tackles.

Kristoffer Klaesson (6.8/10): Klaesson made a rare appearance replacing injured Meslier in goal and made a cracking save in stoppage time to keep Leeds in the lead.

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