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February 21, 2020

Nuno tempts Wolves fans to dare to dream of Euro glory after Espanyol win

Nuno Espirito Santo has tempted Wolves fans to dare to dream of European glory after the 4-0 thrashing of Espanyol. Diogo Jota’s second successive Europa League hat-trick and a stunning Ruben Neves volley gave Wolves a thumping victory to leave them with one foot in the round of 16 before they travel to Barcelona for the second leg next week. Wolves reached the inaugural final of the competition in 1971-72 in its guise of the Uefa Cup. BBC Midlands Today journalist Dan Pallett told Nuno that he had interviewed fans outside Molineux afterwards who said they thought the team could…

Wolves put one foot in last 16 as Jota treble and Neves ‘worldy’ seal win

Wolves 4 Espanyol 0. Diogo Jota’s second successive Europa League hat-trick and a majestic goal from Ruben Neves saw Wolves take a giant leap towards the last 16 of the Europa League after this thumping victory over Espanyol. Next week’s return leg in Barcelona against La Liga’s bottom side now looks a formality for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side, who equalled their biggest victory of the season in the competition. Jota ended his eight-match drought how he started it – with a Europa League treble – as he took his tally to 12 goals this season after repeating his heroics against…