Richarlison, Everton’s £50m record signing, scored twice on his debut as 10-man Toffees earned a point at Premier League new boys Wolves.
The Brazilian scored his first brace in English football as Marco Silva’s side survived the 41st-minute dismissal of their captain Phil Jagielka, checked by equalisers from Ruben Neves and debutant Raul Jimenez.
Neves was the stand-out performer for Nuno Santo Espirito’s promoted side, scoring Wolves’ first goal with a stunning free kick then setting up the second for the Mexican’s header.
Wolves included four of their 10 summer signings in their starting line-up as they made their return to the Premier League against Everton.
Some 2,281 days after their last appearance in the top flight, in May 2012, Molineux throbbed to the noise and excitement of the home supporters after a six-year absence from the big time and the stadium was awash with colour, helped by 30,000 gold and black flags put on every seat by 30 volunteers.
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