Manchester United Player Ratings vs Wolves: Super Sub earns 7/10

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Manchester United won 2-0 against Wolves at Old Trafford in their Premier League game on Saturday. Anthony Martial scored the opening goal in the 25th minute, and Alejandro Garnacho scored a late goal in the 89th minute to seal the win. United started the game brightly and created a few chances, but they were denied by Wolves goalkeeper Jose Sa. However, they took the lead in the 25th minute when Martial finished well from close range after a good cross from Luke Shaw. Wolves responded well and created a few chances of their own, but they were unable to equalize. United then sealed the win in the 89th minute when Garnacho scored a great goal after a good run from Antony.

Manchester United Player Ratings

David de Gea (7/10) – Made a couple of good saves, but was not really tested. He was called into action in the first half to deny Hwang Hee-chan, and he also made a good save from Jose Sa’s free kick in the second half. However, he was not really tested by Wolves, who did not create many clear-cut chances.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka (6/10) – Had a quiet game, but did not make any mistakes. He was solid defensively and did not give Wolves any opportunities down his side. He also linked up well with Shaw down the right flank, and he was involved in the build-up to Martial’s goal.

Raphael Varane (8/10) – Solid at the back and made some important clearances. He was dominant in the air and he made some important clearances to deny Wolves from scoring. He also linked up well with Lindelof and he helped to keep a clean sheet.

Victor Lindelof (7/10) – Also solid at the back and linked up well with Varane. He was calm and composed on the ball and he made some good clearances. He also linked up well with Shaw down the left flank and he helped to create a few chances.

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Luke Shaw (7/10) – Got forward well and provided an assist for Martial’s goal. He was very dangerous down the left flank and he caused Wolves problems all game. He also provided an assist for Martial’s goal, and he could have scored himself if he had not been denied by Sa.

Casemiro (6/10) – Did his job well in midfield and won a few tackles. He was solid in the middle of the park and he won a few tackles to help United to keep possession. He also linked up well with Fernandes and Eriksen and he helped to create a few chances.

Christian Eriksen (7/10) – Provided some good passing and created a few chances. He was very good on the ball and he provided some good passing, which helped United to create a few chances. He also worked hard defensively and he helped to keep a clean sheet.

Bruno Fernandes (9/10) – MOTM. Scored an assist and was involved in everything United did going forward. He was everywhere on the pitch and he was involved in everything United did going forward. He scored an assist for Martial’s goal and he created a few other chances. He also worked hard defensively and he helped to keep a clean sheet.

Antony (7/10) – Caused Wolves problems all game and was unlucky not to score. He was very dangerous on the right flank and he caused Wolves problems all game. He had a few chances to score, but he was denied by Sa on each occasion.

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Anthony Martial (8/10) – Scored the opening goal and worked hard all game. He scored the opening goal with a good finish and he worked hard all game. He linked up well with Fernandes and Eriksen and he helped to create a few chances.

Jadon Sancho (6/10) – Had a quiet game, but did create a few chances. He had a quiet game, but he did create a few chances. He was lively on the left flank and he linked up well with Shaw. However, he did not have many chances to score himself.

Subs:

Wout Weghorst (6/10) – Came on and added some muscle up front. He came on and added some muscle up front. He was physical and he won a few headers, but he did not have any chances to score himself.

Fred (6/10) – Came on and helped to shore up the midfield. He came on and helped to shore up the midfield. He won a few tackles and he helped to keep possession.

Harry Maguire (6/10) – Came on and made a couple of important clearances. He came on and made a couple of important clearances to deny Wolves from scoring. He also linked up well with Varane and Lindelof and he helped to keep a clean sheet.

Alejandro Garnacho (7/10) – Came on and scored a late goal to seal the win. He came on and scored a late goal to seal the win. He showed some good skill and he finished well to give United a 2-0 win.

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