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WATCH: Ruben Neves' First Goal For Wolves Was A Belter

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WATCH: Ruben Neves' First Goal For Wolves Was A Belter

After signing for Wolves from Porto for a fee of £15 million on a five-year contract in one of the most bizarre transfers in football history, Ruben Neves made his mark tonight.

The 20 year-old, who just under two years ago became the youngest ever player to captain a team in the Champions League when he wore the armband for Porto during their group stage clash with Maccabi Tel Aviv, aged just 18 years and 221 days, scored an absolute belter against Hull tonight.

Six minutes into the game, which Wolves won 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 around 30 yards out.

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Expect more wizardry from Neves as the season goes on. He has the capacity to play at a much higher level but he's instead plying his trade in the second tier at Wolves.

I still find it absolutely mental that he, along with with his former Porto teammate Diogo Jota, on loan from Atletico Madrid, are Wolves players.

Topics: Ruben Neves, Football, Wolves, championship

Josh Lawless
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