Mexico national team striker Raul Jimenez was one of the best players on the pitch as Wolves side beat Newcastle United at home in a Premier League matchup that took place on Saturday. Mexico international Jimenez was the provider of the two goals as Wolves secured their third victory of the new league season via a 2-1 win over the Magpies.
Jimenez and brace scorer Hwang Hee-Chan showed great understanding through

out the game and they were rewarded with two goals.
Wolves scored the first goal of the game at the Molineux on 20 minutes through the aforementioned Hwang to make it two goals in four league outings for the South Korean international. Hwang benefited from Mexico player Jimenez’ good work to give Wolves the lead and they were on the way to establishing a halftime lead before Republic of Ireland midfielder Jeff Hendrick scored the equaliser for the Magpies to ensure that the team from theNortheastern part of the United Kingdom (UK) went into the break on level terms.

Hosts Wolves had the last laugh thanks to the second half winner from Hwang who made it three goals in four Premier League appearances. The South Korean national team star scored the third goal of the game two minutes before the hour mark and it proved to be the winning goal.
Wolves are finding their feet under the new management of former Benfica boss Bruno Lage. The Portuguese tactician has now won his last two games in the Premier League. The latest win at the expense of Newcastle United took Wolves to 12th spot and within one point of the top half.
On their part, Newcastle United drop into the bottom two and are still without a win after seven games in the league this season. The Magpies have three points from those seven matches.