Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo expressed delight on his players in the past week after a stuttering start to the 2019/20 Premier League season was overturned with an incredible results back to back
Wolves were completely good on the afternoon as they came all out despite much pressusre from Manchester City attackers.
The Portuguese manager, Nuno Espirito Santo could no longer hide his happiness in the club’s performance during the week.
I cannot deny that last week was a very good week. Last weekend was fantastic, the performances were good, and it was a very good moment for the club.
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The first win came in the game against Beşiktaş in Turkey with Willy Boly scoring the only in the 93rd minute to grab all three points.
As if that was not enough, Wolverhampton Wanderers visited the Etihad stadium despite several Pundits gave little or no chance to them getting something out of the encounter.
However, the tide changed as Spaniard Adama Traore scored a brace after he capitalized on Manchester City errors at the back to net the two goals.
We could still recall that, the Santo spoke to the press about not beeen carried away by the results gotten from the matches against Beşiktaş and Manchester City.
The coach gave insights on how they managed to achieve the win at the Etihad stadium.
Our preparation for Sunday was on how we could stop City, because they are so good and the idea of football of Pep’s is so difficult to go against. The only solution was for the players to run and they ran. The high speed running to get to the covers, to get to the points of pressure, was amazing.
The manager gave credits to speed utilize by his players on the day as the tool for defeating Manchester City.
Futhermore, the manager went on to thank the fans for their support.
We enjoy these moments. Everybody saw it, how we celebrated with our fans. It was amazing. I don’t know how many of our supporters were there, but it was a special day for everyone.
Wolverhampton Wanderers currently observing the international break as most Premier League clubs go all out to represent their respective nationalities.