Premier League

Jota and Jimenez combine for best Premier League Goal of the Week

In a thrilling game against Tottenham, Wolves won 3-2 against Jose Mourinho's side, with the Mexican scoring the winner

11:00am on Tuesday 3rd March 2020
Martin Macdonald
Raúl Jiménez
ST (C) - Wolves - 28 yrs
Mar 1, 2020

In one of the most entertaining games of the weekend, Wolves came back from behind to beat Tottenham 3-2 in London, with the winning goal being scored by Raul Jimenez.

The moves starts with some fantastic work from Diogo Jota as he leaves Serge Aurier for dead with a burst of pace down the left wing before cutting inside with an incisive dribble, allowing him the space to slide a pass to the right channel for Jimenez.

The Mexican collects the pass from his team-mate before faking to shoot with his right foot, sending a Spurs defender to the ground in the process, before shifting possession on to his left to curl a beautiful finish high into the top left corner.

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