The Mexican striker established the goal that classified the team to the quarterfinals of the Europa League and reached 27 in the season between Premier and the continental tournament.
Raúl Jiménez He is going through the best season of his career so far. At 29 years old, the Mexican striker is essential to lead Wolverhampton to get into the top eight in the Europa League and so he did in the rematch against Olympiacos, scoring the penalty goal for the decisive 1-0.
The ex-America, Atlético de Madrid and Benfica reached 27 goals in the season, between Premier League and the continental tournament, in addition to achieving 10 assists.
According to Opta data, his participation in the goals for the Wolves is only comparable to the numbers achieved by Kevin De Bruyne in Manchester City, author of 14 goals and 23 passes on goal.
37 – No player has been directly involved in more goals across all competitions for Premier League clubs in 2019-20 than @Wolves‘Raúl Jiménez (37 – 27 goals, 10 assists; level with Kevin De Bruyne). Stellar. #UEL #WOLOLY pic.twitter.com/cMgYWiXIxp
– OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) August 6, 2020
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