Wolves fans on Twitter react to anniversary of obscene Ruben Neves strike

Wolverhampton Wanderers fans have been reacting to a special club memory on Thursday, the one-year anniversary of a huge moment in their promotion back to the Premier League.

It was exactly 365 days since Ruben Neves’ obscene volley in the 2-0 home victory over Derby County, a night of three points that took Nuno Espirito Santo’s closer to the Sky Bet Championship title.

To celebrate, the Wanderers posted a video on Twitter of the remarkable strike and proclaimed that the day should be named in the Portuguese’s honour.

The “once-in-a-lifetime goal” is still clearly a fresh memory for Wolves supporters, despite all the side’s success this season in the English top flight and their march to the semi-finals of the FA Cup.

Some were still in disbelief about the strike a year on, while another articulated that they had never seen a better goal live and that Molineux had never witnessed a more spectacular strike, while one more urged the central midfielder to recreate the worldie at the weekend.

A Wolves fan shares his most gutting moment of the last 10 years supporting the club in the video below…

Check out the best reactive Tweets from fans of the Black Country team, below…

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