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Video: Ruben Neves’ First Goal For Wolves Was An Absolute Screamer

Video: Ruben Neves’ First Goal For Wolves Was An Absolute Screamer

He arrived in England with one of the biggest reputations in European football and tonight Ruben Neves started to show exactly why as he opened his account for Wolves.

As we’ve told you previously, the Portugal international arrived at the Championship club for an eyebrow-raising £18 million earlier this summer from Porto, and just about nobody could understand how they’d pulled it off.

He’s started his career quietly and efficiently, as Nuno Espírito Santo’s side began the campaign with impressive wins, but tonight Neves showed his more powerful and spectacular side against fellow promotion-chasers Hull City.

Six minutes into the game, which Wolves went on to win 3-2 to make it three wins out of three in the Championship so far, Neves opened the scoring at the KCOM Stadium by nonchalantly bending in an absolute beauty into the top far corner from about 30 yards out:

Now that is how you finish, eh?

He might be a Championship player right now, but we’re willing to bet he won’t be for long.

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