Erik ten Hag’s side went through a difficult 90 minutes against Wolves.
Manchester United have a clash with Wolves in the opening match of their season in the Premier League.
Despite being more appreciated with an even squad, the Red Devils had a relatively difficult time with the pressing style created by the Wolves.
Throughout the first half, neither side created any clear chances. Therefore, the atmosphere at Old Trafford stadium became quite tense.
After the break, coach Erik ten Hag made tactical adjustments, so that the siege of the Red Devils goal became more dangerous.
However, it also had to wait until the 76th minute for the Red Devils to find a goal to break the deadlock.
In the 76th minute, Bruno Fernandes had a subtle poke into the Wolves penalty area to find Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s position.
In a relaxed position, the English defender crosses the ball just for Raphael Varane to hit the header and clear the net of the Wolves.
Receiving a goal, coach Gary Paul O’Neil’s army pushed up the squad to regain the game.
They created quite a few clear chances, but the Red Devils’ concentration in each defensive situation helped the Andre Onana net to stay the same on the opening day.
Wolves produced a larger number of goals expected, but were unable to convert the chances into goals.
Although it was quite difficult, but Man Utd finally won all 3 points.