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Wolves: Fans astonished by ‘insane’ Willy Boly statistic

Wolves: Fans astonished by ‘insane’ Willy Boly statistic - Wolves News

Many Wolves fans were amazed by a statistic that defender Willy Boly generated during his side’s 3-2 defeat against arch-rivals West Brom yesterday.

According to Opta (relayed by Talking Wolves), the 29-year-old was the first player of the West Midlands club to concede a penalty, score and provide an assist in the same match since Adlène Guédioura back in May 2011, which also happened to be against the Baggies at Molineux.

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Boly was criticised for his tackle that saw Wolves go behind in the game, one which resulted in a penalty that Matheus Pereira converted. The Brazilian would then go on to score another spot-kick in the second half as he and Semi Ajayi confirmed Wolves’ misery.

The Ivorian added to youngster Fabio Silva’s opener for the hosts but it was not enough to topple Sam Allardyce’s side, and have now won just one game of their last seven (Fotmob).

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With this in mind, supporters were amazed by Opta’s revelation and shared their views via @TalkingWolves to reveal their overall thoughts.

Fans stunned by Boly stat

“Might be the greatest stat I’ve ever seen”

Credit: @Harvey_897

“That’s a stat and a half”

Credit: @Jai_wwfc

“What an insane stat.”

Credit: @wwfcscott

“Amazing”

Credit: @GS070483

“That’s a stat and a half”

Credit: @Injury_20

“Wow”

Credit: @charlpardoe_x

In other news, Pundit believes that Wolves’ big-summer signing should go out on loan.


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