Mainoo scored a late winner as Manchester United eased past Wolves 3-4 away from Old Trafford, MySportDab reports.
Rasmus Hojlund and Marcus Rashford also scored as they were able to claim all three points which pushed them further in the table.
The victory meant United moved up to 8th position which is fair enough based on their performance in their past few games.
Full Match Report
Both teams coming into this match had the necessary preparations and for those at Old Trafford, it was usual with the controversy with Rashford.
Manchester United wasted no time to make it count and it was Marcus Rashford who was able to make it count with a clever goal in the 5th minute to make it 0-1.
Wolves weren’t convincing enough as the game continued with so much coming from both ends as they kept seeing opportunities come and go for them.
Rasmus Hojlund scored another goal for the away side ensuring things between them were 0-2 with an outstanding finish which came from the 22nd minute.
Manchester United headed for the break with a comfortable advantage which was 0-2 against Wolves who were at home but couldn’t make anything from their part.
The game continued in the second half which was more decent coming from them mostly Wolverhampton who kept things cool.
Wolves defended so well as they also tried to ensure they make something come to play in the second half which wasn’t an easy one.
Manchester United conceded from the penalty spot through a goal from Pablo Sarabia who beautifully dispatched to make things 1-2 in the 71st minutes.
Scott McTominay came through restoring the two-goal lead after making sure his opportunity was converted in the 76th minute to make things 1-3.
More drama to the game as another goal was scored by the home side who were giving up easily as Max Kilman’s 85th-minute goal made things 2-3.
Pedro Neto leveled things 3-3 with an additional goal which was short lived as Kobbie Mainoo restored the advantage shortly making sure it was 3-4.
Manchester United finished the game beating Wolves 3-4 after an entertaining 90 minutes which was all about the away side making the most happen.
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