Manchester United kicked off their third match of the season with a late kick off against Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Molineux stadium.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer surprised the Manchester United fans with the line up selection to face Wolves as he seems to be trying his new formation ahead of the season.
The match begun on a high note as both teams showed the intent of getting all points from the tie.
Manchester United were always on the attacking front as they push to catch up with the other top teams who are getting into top positions after their weekend wins.
However, one Manchester United player disappointed in the tie as he kept on losing possession in dangerous places in the pitch which could have cost the team.
Disappointed Manchester United fans called out for the substitution of Fred who they also want to be sold this summer after an awful start to the tight match.
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