Manchester United got their second win of the season after beating Wolverhampton 1:0 in a hard battle away from home. The Wolves side had most of the trials on goal but David De Gea couldn't let any of them go in.
Mason Greenwood scored the only goal of the match in the 80th minute to put the Red devil's ahead.
There are five things noted from the match as below;
1.Varane needs to start every match
I guess from his perfomance against Wolves, he showed why he should be starting wgwey game alongside Maguire.
2.Greenwood should keep his place even if Ronaldo comes into the team.The youngster has been in hot form since the season started.Hevhas now scored in every game since the season started.
3.Fred can only perfom alongside McTominay and thats a worry. The midfielder was disastrous in the match against Southampton and Wolves.ManU should look for a new Midfield partnership as Fred is benched for some matches.
4.Jadon Sancho still needs time to adapt in the premier league.He should still come in as a substitute or probably get more game time in other competitions such as Carabao Cup.
5.David De Gea is likely to perform well with a good defense, hopefully Ole Gunnar maintains the Varane Maguire partnership.
If ManU continue this way, nothing stops them from winning the league!
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