Some Wolverhampton Wanderers fans have been reacting to the performance of Adama Traore against Leicester City.

The game finished 0-0 at Molineux after an evenly-matched affair.

Wolves reverted back to their tried and tested back five, presumably to try and defend against the Foxes’ pace and ability to counter-attack better.

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It was a solid enough showing at the back, despite the absence of Willy Boly.

Brendan Rodgers’ side probably edged the first 45, and Wolves looked the most likely to score in the second.

Overall, both managers will probably take the point.

Wolves’ standouts on the day were undoubtedly the two wide men Pedro Neto and Traore.

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It was a typically lively performance from Neto who gave Ricardo Pereira the runaround, but Traore was perhaps the best he’s been all season.

The Spaniard was initially countered quite well by Foxes full-back James Justin, but as the game wore on he started to get the better of the 22-year-old.

Traore was regularly kicked and hacked, a sure-fire sign that Leicester were uncomfortable with him constantly driving at them.

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He was extremely unlucky to finish the game without an assist to his name.

On social media, a number of Wolves fans lauded Traore for his efforts:

 

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