Man Utd Vs Wolves: Kobbie Mainoo’s 97th Minute Goal Wins it All

Man United beat Wolves in the Premier League after Kobbie Mainoo scored a sensational 97th-minute winner.

Man United Dramatic Win over Wolves

Manchester United set the pulses racing on Thursday night, beating Wolves 4-3 in dramatic fashion at Molineux. Kobbie Mainoo produced a sensational finish deep into injury time to win the game after Wolves looked to have snatched a point with Pedro Neto’s 94th-minute equalizer.

Marcus Rashford, restored to the team, opened the scoring and Rasmus Hojlund doubled the lead before the break with United dominant but the drama had hardly begun.

At half-time, United had an earlier lead of 2-0 before Pablo Sarabia pulled one back from the spot. Scott McTomminay restored the visitors’ two-goal advantage. Max Kilman’s late goal offered Wolves hope and Pedro Neto thought he had secured a point.

However, Mainoo’s magnificent winner in the last minute gave United a 4-3 win at Molineux.This movedUnited up to seventh in the Premier League standings, one point behind sixth-placed West Ham United.

United Players Performance Against Wolves 4-3 Win

Here is a summary of how United players performed:

Andre Onana: Did not have many testing attempts to deal with in the first half and was indebted to Lisandro Martinez for avoiding another clanger. Let in more saveable goals. 4

Diogo Dalot: Reaffirmed his status as first-choice right-back with a performance reminiscent of the first half of last season. Wolves had little joy down his side. 8

Raphael Varane: A better defender with Lisandro Martinez next to him. Read the danger time and again but too easily done by Pedro Neto for the equaliser. 6

Lisandro Martinez: Organised, communicated and his mere presence elevated the performance level of teammates. Spared Onana with a vigilant clearance. 8

Luke Shaw: Showed why he makes such a huge difference with his overlapping runs and one led to Rasmus Hojlund’s goal. Reined in his attacking in the second half. 8

Casemiro: Booked in the third minute but then the Casemiro of last season resurfaced. Serenaded on two separate occasions by the United fans but gave away a penalty. 7

Kobbie Mainoo: Acquitted himself well again and is benefiting from playing with Casemiro and earned approval from teammates deep into the second half. And what a goal. 8

Alejandro Garnacho: Switched the ball for the second goal but wasted some good openings. For once, one of the weaker performers. 6

Bruno Fernandes: Underpinned the front three expertly on the ball and off it in a quietly effective performance. 7

Marcus Rashford: Downed Wolves with his own shot in the fifth minute and contributed to the second goal. Now has three goals in three league games. 7

Rasmus Hojlund: An assist, a goal and a disallowed goal in the first half alone. Not remotely isolated and led the line superbly against a back three. 8


Scott McTominay: Restored United’s two-goal lead from a corner. 8

Antony: A liability. 2

Harry Maguire: Came on to heckles. 5

Omari Forson: Looked a bit fazed. 5