Friday, February 2, 2024

Kobbie Mainoo seals Manchester United's stunning victory over Wolves in the late hours of drama at Molineux

 


NEW DELHI: In a roller coaster of a match at Molineux, Manchester United prevailed in a dramatic 4-3 victory over Wolves. Kobbie Mainoo stole the spotlight with a goal in the 97th minute.

Wolves fought their way back into contention with late goals after United initially took a 2-0 lead in the game.

After being fined for a night out that caused him to miss training, Marcus Rashford scored with a fine finish from outside the box in his return to goal scoring. Rasmus Hojlund expanded Joined's lead with his third objective in four Head Association games before halftime.

After Pablo Sarabia's penalty goal brought Wolves within striking distance, Scott McTominay extended United's lead. Notwithstanding, a late flood from the home side saw Max Kilman and Pedro Neto score late objectives, apparently getting a point.

With a brilliant solo run and shot, the 18-year-old rising star Kobbie Mainoo gave United their first away league win since November.

Chief Erik ten Witch lauded Mainoo's advancement, portraying him as a cutting edge midfield player with the capacity to both assault and protect.

Rashford, who was fined £650,000 for his off-field exercises, had a moment effect on his return, exhibiting his objective scoring ability. Ten Witch, tending to the new occurrence, expressed before the match that it was a shut matter subsequent to being managed inside.

Wolves, known for their home triumphs against top groups this season, showed strength in the final part, with Sarabia changing over a punishment after a foul on Pedro Neto. McTominay, coming on as a substitute, quickly answered by heading in a Bruno Fernandes corner.

Wolves' Kilman and Neto's late strikes appeared to finish a noteworthy rebound, yet Mainoo's enchanted second gotten the three focuses for Joined together.

As they play West Ham in their next match, Manchester United could potentially move into the top six thanks to their victory.

In the mean time, West Ham rescued a point at home against Bournemouth in a 1-1 draw, leaving them one point clear of Joined in the association standings.

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