Diogo Jota: Life is more important, we wish [Rui Patricio] a speedy recovery

Diogo Jota sends his wishes to his former team mate Rui Patricio following a horror collision.
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Match-winner Diogo Jota has sent his best wishes to former teammate Rui Patricio following a sickening accidental collision with Wolves captain Conor Coady.

The moment, which overshadowed the result, occurred a minute before stoppage time as Mohamed Salah burst through and found the back of the net only to be ruled out for offside.

Seven minutes was added but the match ran into the 107th minute before the Reds claimed all three points.

Jota came back to haunt his former club on the stroke of half-time with his strike, which crept in at the near post

It was far from impressive from the Reds, but they leave the Midlands with the win.

Speaking after the game, the 23-year-old said: "Just a note to wish Rui Patricio all the best. I hope it's not anything too serious. I wish him a speedy recovery if it is."

Nuno Espirito Santos confirmed in his post-match interview that the Wolves goalkeeper was okay and conscious. 

We wish him a speedy recovery.