Manchester United were lucky to get a 1-0 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers at Old Trafford on Tuesday night to go second in the Premier League table.
Bruno Fernandes had the best chance of the first half as he snuck into the back post to get on the end of a cross, however Patricio was equal to it.
United lacked a lot of pace in the build-up, and Wolves defended well to frustrate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men throughout the night.
Marcus Rashford then got the ball in the box late on, and his shot was luckily deflected into the back of the net.
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Marcus Rashford scored a deflected goal late on to give Manchester United the victory against Wolves on Tuesday night
Wolverhampton Wanderers had defended well throughout the night, and were unlucky to lose the match late on
Wolverhampton Wanderers were lacking a number of players through injury or rotation, and couldn’t find their goal
Manchester United were often slow in the build up, but did better when Paul Pogba made his way forward more often
Bruno Fernandes had the best chance of the first half when he snuck behind at the back post, but his shot wasn’t good enough
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer cut a frustrated figure at times, but was very animated when the goal went in during injury time
Aaron Wan-Bissaka apologises to Ruben Neves after accidentally colliding with the Wolves player after a slip
Marcus Rashford has been on fine form for Manchester United recently and added to his goal tally on Tuesday night
David De Gea collapses to the ground in pain after accidentally colliding with his fellow countryman Adama Traore
Rashford and Pogba wheel away in celebration after the Englishman scored the deflected goal late on in the match
Wolverhampton Wanderers had a few chances in the Manchester United box but David De Gea was on good form as well
Manchester United leapfrog Leicester and Everton in the Premier League to go second behind leaders Liverpool
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men continued their unbeaten run in the league as they continue to climb the rankings
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer congratulates Pogba and Nemanja Matic on their victory
A returning Aaron Wan-Bissaka runs with the ball down the flank under pressure from Wolverhampton’s Pedro Neto