Sport 'Nuno must be embarrassed' - These Wolves fans slam 'dreadful' man who lost the ball 11x vs NUFC
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Some Wolves fans have been left to slam the display of Nelson Semedo in their 1-1 away draw at Newcastle United in the Premier League on Saturday night.
Ruben Neves spared the blushes of the Molineux faithful in the second half to earn them a point after Jamaal Lascelles had given Steve Bruce’s men the lead fairly early on in the second half.
While there were some decent performances for the Midlands club, Semedo’s flattered to deceive some Wanderers supporters.
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The former FC Barcelona man lost out on four of his duels and also failed to record a single interception, key pass or accurate cross in the game ().
He also lost possession of the ball no fewer than 11 times in the match, earning him a quite measly 6.5 overall rating on, the joint-second lowest out of any of his teammates to have set foot on the pitch.
Wolves fan reaction to Semedo display
These WWFC fans slammed his performance on Twitter, with one fan even going as far to say that the 27-year-old was ‘dreadful’:
“Neves brilliant again. Involved in everything. Semedo dreadful again! Jose not doing much. Jonny reliable. Dendoncker definitely not a CB. Moutinho struggling in the centre of the park. #wolves #wwfc”
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“£30m for Semedo… Wouldn’t give you a fiver!! #wwfc”
“Another stupid decision by Semedo. Needless free kick considering how well we defend crosses.”
“Not seen Semedo have a good game since he joined, need to stop playing Neves and Moutinho together, Jose needs to score to get some confidence and Neto not really in it much tonight either.”
“Nuno must be embarrassed this is pathetic. Jose, Neves, Semedo, Coady, Saiss & Dendoncker all poor”
“Poor from Semedo”
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