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Troy Deeney spoils Watford Vs. Wolves with comments about Raúl Jimenez’s mask

Watford Vs. Wolves at Wembley in the FA Cup semi-final was a fantastic match spoiled by captain Troy Deeney’s comments about Raúl Jimenez’s mask.

Wolves were 2-0 up with less than twenty minutes left, but the match quickly changed after Rúben Neves and Diogo Jota were subbed off.

Gerard Deulofeu scored a stunning goal in the 79th minute and Deeney slotted home a needlessly given away penalty in the 94th.

Heading into extra time, Watford had all the momentum and they were the only team that looked a threat.

Deulofeu’s second goal in the 104th minute of extra time ended up denying Wolves a FA Cup final against Manchester City.

The battle between Wolves and Watford was intense with both teams showing that the FA Cup is still a prestigious trophy.

Troy Deeney spoils Watford Vs. Wolves with comments about Raúl Jimenez’s mask

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Unfortunately, people have stopped talking about the action on the pitch thanks to Deeney’s silly comments about Jimenez’s mask.

Jimenez scored in the 62nd minute and celebrated by putting on a Wolves themed mask given to him by WWE wrestler Sin Cara.

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Deeney responded to Jimenez’s celebration in post-match interviews by calling the Mexican superstar a “loser”.

Speaking to beIN Sports, Deeney said, “There’s a bit of me that wants to say something nasty, but I won’t, but I’m glad he put that mask on. He can wear it out as well now he’s a loser. Enjoy the mask, we got the victory.”

As if that wasn’t bad enough, Watford “legend” Luther Blisset called Jimenez “disrespectful” and a “cartoon character”.

Former Wolves striker Stephen Elliott has since defended Jimenez’s celebration along with Sin Cara.

It’s a shame that a fantastic match has been overshadowed by unnecessary and unsportsmanlike comments from a role model who changed his life for the better.