Wolves came from behind to shock Chelsea with a 2-1 victory against the Blues, and academy prospect Morgan Gibbs-White was the standout player.
The 18-year-old started his first Premier League game of the season against the West London giants at Molineux after impressive cameos against the likes of Tottenham Hotspur earlier in the season.
Gibbs-White continued his impressive season, and was a major reason the newly promoted side were able to turn the game around against the title challengers.
Losing 1-0, Gibbs-White picked the ball up in the second half, danced through the Chelsea midfield before feeding Raul Jimenez to score the important equaliser.
The English youngster is a fine talent who shows bravery and purpose when he plays with his direct and silky dribbling, as well as his ability to play a pass through the eye of the needle.
Gibbs-White won 3/3 dribbles he attempted, and also completed 14/16 passes.
Wolves had been struggling in recent weeks, however the inclusion of Gibbs-White in the starting eleven added dynamism, energy, verve and technical quality to a side that was beginning to look predictable and one dimensiona.
Fans certainly appreciated the youngster's efforts on Twitter:
Gibbs White is something special don't you think. Most exciting talent from the youth set up since Robbie keane— daz_jevo (@dazjevo) December 5, 2018
Gibbs White was outstanding— Richie Boy (@richardbreakwel) December 5, 2018
Morgan Gibbs-White. Remember the name.— James Arrowsmith (@Arrowsmith96_) December 5, 2018
Neves surely falls behind Gibbs-white and Dendoncker in the pecking order now!— Matt Flavell (@matthewflavell) December 5, 2018
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