Bruno Lager, 87 year old, summons Raul Jimenez, Mexican forward
London.- Wolverhampton defeated Aston Villa with Ruben Nves’ goal in 95 mins.
Kona Cody had pushed the ball in the penalty area. Kilman’s shot missed the crossbar one minute later.
Mexican forward Raúl Jiménez played only with Eltri of El Salvador in the World Cup qualifiers on Wednesday, and his DT Bruno Lage called him up until he was 87 years old.
But Neves’ setpiece was blocked by Matt Target and Wolverhampton claimed all three points.
Jiménez has little time to show himself, if at all, when he enters the area from a good 90-foot position, he hits long distances that he can’t control.
Daniel Ince’s comment made it apparent that the Wolves have fallen behind at the 48 year-old position, while John McGinn is at 68.
Jiménez’s team was close to 80 years old, and Romain Saiss scored a goal.
Wolverhampton achieved 12 points in 9th, while Aston Villa had only 10 points.
Daniel Podence assisted the Wolverhampton defender and brought his team closer. He entered in the 75th minutes.