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In-form Everton maintain Champions League challenge with victory at Wolves

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Ruben Neves cancelled out Alex Iwobi’s first league goal for 17 months as the teams traded early blows.

The defender’s second-half header lifted the Toffees back into the Premier League’s top four.



It was the forward’s first Premier League goal since he scored against Wolves in September 2019.



Wolves have now won just once in eight league games since Raul Jimenez fractured his skull at the end of November and they dropped to 14th.

But Keane’s far post header secured victory, although Neves hit the woodwork with a late free-kick, to leave Carlo Ancelotti’s side back in the European picture.

Neves’ free-kick then clipped the bar with five minutes to go but Wolves could not find a leveller.

His drilled cross was volleyed in by Neves for his second goal in two league games.
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