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Raul Jimenez: Lopetegui excited ‘Mexa’ by playing against Everton, but canceled the change at the last minute

He played with the feelings of the Mexican Wolf. Premier League back after break qatar world cup 2022 And this wolves they faced everton In this boxing Daya meeting where Raul Jimenez He lived it from the bench.

But for a moment, the Mexican had the illusion of playing in this match, because julen lopeteguinew strategist wolverhamptonshe called him over from the warm-up to come in, in fact, the letter was already ready, the Mexican Wolf was about to enter and he was about to diego costa,

But the Spanish strategist turned things around at the last minute Jiménez in the entry line and costa I’m about to leave, lopetegui retreated with the change and decided to put Guede,

the reason? Daniel Podenceextreme on the left, was wounded and preferred to keep the Portuguese in that position, and Raul Jimenez He had to put his jacket back on to sit on the bench to watch the rest of the game.

Lopetegui makes Wolves management debut with win

the technician wolverhampton, julen lopeteguimade his debut in Premier League with a dramatic 2–1 stoppage-time win Goodison Park The pressure mounted on Everton manager Frank Lampard on Monday.

A low-quality game seemed to lead to a draw which would be of little use to either of the two struggling teams if the substitute Ryan At-Nouri counter-attacked in the fifth minute of extra time,

Julen Lopetegui Directing In The Premier League

Frenchman scores late in midweek English League Cup win gillingham division, but his shot from close range to secure the team’s first win wolves Since your visit here in March can prove to be more important.

Solo took his third win in the league wolves season, but managed to lift his team from the bottom of the table, just one point away evertonWhich is ranked 17th.

Lampard’s side have now lost six of their last eight and firepower (by goals) yeri meena In the seventh minute it was just his 12th in 16 league games) again proved costly when Daniel Podens scored a well-worked equalizer from a 22nd-minute set piece.

Everton players left the field at half-time to sporadic booing, but at the final whistle the discontent was very high.

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