Joao Moutinho scored late to help the Wolves win at Old Trafford for the first time in 42 years in one of the close football scores of the weekend in the Premier League. The visitors had 15 shots in the first half to four from United as they became the first team to have more shots at Old Trafford since Liverpool did so in 2018.
Man Utd: De Gea (7), Wan-Bissaka (6), Varane (7), Jones (7), Shaw (7), McTominay (6), Matic (6), Greenwood (7), Sancho (6), Ronaldo (6), Cavani (5).
Subs used: Fernandes (7), Rashford (5), Elanga (n/a).
Wolves: Sa (7), Semedo (7), Saiss (7), Kilman (6), Coady (7), Marcal (7), Moutinho (7), Neves (7), Trincao (6), Jimenez (7), Podence (8).
Subs used: Traore (7), Silva (n/a), Dendoncker (n/a).
Man of the match: Daniel Podence.
Man Utd interim manager Ralf Rangnick: “We didn’t play well at all, neither individually nor collectively. In the first half, we had big problems keeping them away from our box and our goals. In the second half, we changed to a different formation with a back three. We had more control and there was a spell of 15 minutes where we could have scored, we hit the crossbar.”
Wolves manager Bruno Lage: “It’s one more victory. It’s a lovely stadium, a place with a lot of history, but the most important thing is the way we played this game against this team. I think we prepared well for the game and I give a lot of compliments to my players to come here and play in our way. The first half was very good, we controlled everything, we created a lot of chances and didn’t score.”
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