Mexico international striker Raul Jimenez has shown the scar he got from the head injury that has ruled him out of action for two months. The Wolverhampton Wanderers star showed the head injury scar while he was in attendance for the Black Country Derby in the Premier League at the weekend. The Black Country Derby is usually contested between Wolverhampton Wanderers and West Brom.

The Mexico national team player was missing for the derby game as expected as a result of the injury. The scar on his head was visible as he sat in the stands to watch the league game between hosts Wolverhampton Wanderers and West Brom in what was the first game of week 19 set of matches in the Premier League. The Black Country Derby was played at the Molineux on Saturday lunchtime.

Raul Jimenez couldn't do much as he watched his Wolverhampton Wanderers side lose 3-2 at home to West Brom. The Mexico international watched his teammates squander a 2-1 lead at the break to lose the game courtesy the two second half goals conceded. Andreas Pereira was the hero for the visitors during the game after he scored two goals from the penalty spot either side of the interval. He was the recipient of the opening goal of the game before new Wolves signing Fabio Silva scored only his second goal for the club to level matters before French defender Willy Boly added a second goal five minutes after the equaliser from Fabio Silva. West Brom defender Semi Ajayi scored in the second half for the Baggies before Pereira found the back of the net with the winning goal.
Mexico international Raul Jimenez is not involved with the Wolves team at the moment as a result of the fractured skull that he suffered during a league game at Arsenal in November. The injury happened during a collision with Arsenal defender David Luiz.