Wolves’ Ace responds to Mario Lemina’s message after an outstanding  0-1 victory against Burnley’s…

Wolves secured a victory against Burnley on Tuesday night, marking a return to winning form despite an overall unimpressive performance. Gary O’Neil sought a positive reaction following recent defeats to Fulham and Arsenal, and the desired response materialized at Molineux, with Hwang Hee-chan netting the sole goal of the game.

The Wolves faced challenges breaking down Burnley’s resilient defense, making the match a tough contest. Despite the overall struggle, Wolves capitalized on a significant opportunity in the first half, converting it into a goal. Hwang displayed clinical finishing after a well-executed press by Mario Lemina, contributing to his tally of eight Premier League goals this season.

Burnley worked it across and Jay Rodriguez was denied by Dan Bentley from close range.

The ball then dropped to Josh Brownhill on the edge of the box and the midfielder volleyed first time, looking to catch Bentley out.

But Bentley got to his feet very quickly and then got back down to tip Brownhill’s effort just wide.

It was a superb bit of goalkeeping from the Molineux number two – had either of those shots gone in then it would have been a totally different game.

£10,000-a-week man Bentley has come in for a lot of praise since the game and rightly so, and Lemina probably summed it up best with his one-word message to the 30-year-old on Instagram: “Class.”

In the aftermath of the Burnley triumph, Mario Lemina expressed admiration for Wolves’ goalkeeper Dan Bentley. The exact context and nature of Lemina’s praise for Bentley were not provided in the paraphrased information.

Mario Lemina brands one Wolves player 'class' after Burnley win

Wolves managed to secure a crucial victory despite facing challenges against Burnley. Hwang’s goal, facilitated by Lemina’s effective pressing, proved decisive in securing the much-needed win for Wolves. Lemina’s positively acknowledged that goalkeeper Dan Bentley was a key factor to their 0-1 win with two crucial saves.

In response to Mario Lemina, the 30-year-old goalkeeper said he was suely motivated by the undying team efforts of the team to secure a win after several winless matches played.
“I understood we needed to secure a win and i was convinced i could also contribute.”
He thanked Mario for his encouragement and praise and said it meant a lot to his career.

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