Wolves fans have taken to Twitter in a disgruntled manner after they watched their side limp to a 1-1 draw with Newcastle United at Molineux on Monday night.
Barely any player in a gold shirt performed well, but Rui Patricio’s performance in goal was especially poor and opened him up to be criticised both during the game and after the final whistle.
The Portuguese international allowed Isaac Hayden’s effort in at this near post when he really should’ve saved the strike, whilst his kicking throughout the evening was noticeably concerning.
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Nuno Espirito Santo’s men did rally from behind to score a 95th-minute equaliser through Willy Boly, after Magpies stopper Martin Dubravka made an error of his own to level the scores.
However, Wolves fans weren’t bothered about the Slovakian’s mix-up as they were more focused on their own man in between the sticks, and took to Twitter to let their feelings be known about the former Sporting goalie’s performance…
— Hayden Mills (@Hayden_Millsy) February 11, 2019
Poor from Patricio. The John Ruddy Brigade will be out in force tonight. #WWFC
— ??????. (@RobbieWFTV) February 11, 2019
— Alex Batt (@AlexBatt) February 11, 2019
Shocking by Patricio tbf. #wwfc
— JotaSHLeo ?⬛ (@WereWolvesAyWe) February 11, 2019
What the hell was Patricio doing there? #wwfc
— Diogo Mills (@DavidMills73) February 11, 2019
Very average keeper in my opinion and can’t kick to save his life
— Living The Dream⛳⛳ (@barcamark) February 11, 2019
His kicking is terrible and I honestly think he should of saved the shot for their goal.
— Mick Turner /_/ (@mickyt18) February 11, 2019
#WWFC 1-1 #NUFC
– needed to be more clinical tonight.
– midfield just didn’t get going
– Patricio’s kicking and communication HAS to improve. He was at fault for the goal.
– Adama is our best wideman
– We’re still 7th, no need to worry. We stay unbeaten which is the main thing
— Matt Cooper (@mcooperwrites) February 11, 2019