Who Was Man Of The Match? Wolves 0-1 Manchester United

Who was Man Of The Match? David de Gea

Manchester United have broken Arsenal’s Premier League record of 27 successive away wins. That run, which spanned from April 2003 to September 2004, concluded in a 2-0 loss to United at Old Trafford. Coincidence? I think not, after Greenwood gave United the lead in the 80th minute.

Wolves have now experienced two straight home league defeats against Manchester United for the first time since the 1967-68 season.

How Wolves did not win, we will never know. Manchester United never really got started and Wolves missed so many chances. Let’s give credit to de Gea (who was our Man Of The Match) for that brilliant point black save he made to prevent Saïss giving his side the lead. Before the game, the Bruno Lage’s brief period has been okay to say the least. Traore (10 shots) and Raul Jimenez (7 shots) had the most shots without netting in the Premier League this season.

De Gea seems to be getting back to his old best, here is why he was our Man Of The Match:

De Gea’s Match Overview:

Rating: 7.96

Minutes played: 90

Pass accuracy %: 86.7

Touches: 25

Clearances: 1

Clean Sheets: 1

Saves: 5

Claims: 2

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Another defeat for Wolves yet another brilliant individual performance by Adama Traore. Here were his stats:

Traore’s Match Overview:

Rating: 7.88

Minutes played: 86

Pass accuracy %: 83.3

Shots (on target): 2(1)

Dribbles: 8

Crosses (acccurate crosses): 5(1)

Key Passes: 4

Aerial duels won: 2

Tackles: 1


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