THAT’S ALL FROM MOLINEUX
Liverpool picked up an important 1-0 win over Wolves in a match with a sombre ending at Molineux.
The Reds opened the scoring in the second minute of stoppage time just a few minutes before half-time thanks to former Wolves star Diogo Jota.
Sadio Mane found Jota inside the box and the striker hit the net with a fine finish that Rui Patricio got his fingertips on but didn’t celebrate afterwards.
Wolves tried to respond but never really managed to rattle the visitors, who came close to a second at the dying minutes of the match.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain found Mohamed Salah inside the box and the Liverpool star sent the ball to the back of the net but the goal was ruled out for offside.
That is when disaster struck as Patricio was left laying on the pitch after his head appeared to have accidentally collided with Wolves captain Conor Coady’s knee while both players tried to stop Salah’s goal.
The Portugal international received medical attention and the game was paused for almost 15 minutes as the 33-year-old required oxygen.
Medical staff carried him out of the pitch on a stretcher and the Portuguese star was replaced by John Ruddy for the final few minutes of the match.
Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo shared a positive update on Patricio’s health as he said he is alright and will recover from a reported concussion