Patrick Cutrone made a winning start for Wolverhampton Wanderers, debuting in a 4-0 win against Pyunik in the Europa League.
Cutrone recently joined Wolves from Milan in a €23m deal and was given his competitive debut on Thursday, coming on as a second-half substitute in Armenia.
The striker made an instant impact, winning a penalty for Ruben Neves to stroke home, thus ensuring a strong advantage for the Premier League side in their Europa League third-round qualifier.
Although the 21-year-old was denied the opportunity to take the spot-kick, there was no bad blood with Neves as they quickly hugged it out.
“He’s integrating and it takes time,” Coach Nuno Espirito Santo said after the game.
“They have to keep on going along with him, his adaption is to integrate with the squad, that’s the first step for him to improve and get inside the dynamics of the team.”