Wolves 0 Liverpool 1: Joe Edwards and Nathan Judah analysis - WATCH

The condition of Patricio is the primary concern of everyone of a Wolves persuasion, and beyond, after an accidental coming together with Coady.

Nathan Judah and Joe Edwards
Nathan Judah and Joe Edwards

It was a sickening incident, just as Jimenez's was at the Emirates only a matter of months ago.

The serious nature of that moment overshadowed the rest of the game, it must be said. It was worrying.

Jota – as many may have suspected – was on the mark against his old club, with a quick counter-attack on the stroke of half-time catching Wolves cold in an otherwise encouraging display.

Nuno Espirito Santo's side displayed good intensity throughout and, credit to them, even applied pressure after Patricio's injury.

They made the Reds work very hard for the three points and there were positives for the Wolves chief to take from this going into the international break, for sure.

But the main priority, above all, is getting Patricio the care that he needs and wishing him a healthy recovery.

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