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Coady and Lage hail 'incredible' Neves after 4-0 Watford win

Ruben Neves topped off Wolves’ 4-0 win over Watford at Molineux last night with a sumptuous chip.

Wolves got back on track with a thumping victory over Roy Hodgson’s side after three straight defeats.

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On Instagram after the game, Coady described Neves as ‘incredible’ and there was also praise from his manager Bruno Lage, as per the club’s official website.

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“It was very good,” said Lage of Neves’ goal.

“Ruben is in a good moment. He knows what I want from him, what I wish for his career, so I’m very happy with this moment.

“We need to continue to work because top is top, but he should be top of the top, so he needs to continue. What I want from Ruben is what I want from my team. Sunday, against Everton, another good performance.”

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Neves himself added: “It was a good goal. I practise it a lot in training to be honest.

“The goalkeepers don’t like it, it’s something that’s really hard for them, because the ball goes to the second post, and they are never expecting that.

“Fortunately, it went really well for me, but mainly for the team, because we did a fantastic match, a fantastic performance and we totally deserved the result.”

Next up are Everton at Goodison Park and Wolves need to play like this again against a side who are low on confidence but tend to play well at home.

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