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United played an excited 4-3 win over Wolves
Manchester United defeated Wolves 4-3 in a thrilling match at Molineux to create a Premier League vintage. United took the lead through goals from Marcus Rashford and Rasmus Hojlund, before Kobbie Mainoo’s stoppage-time winner.
Pablo Sarabia’s penalty gave Wolves a two-goal lead, which Scott McTominay recovered, but Mainoo grabbed centre stage as Max Kilman and Pedro Neto believed they had pulled off a remarkable turnaround.
Kobbie Mainoo’s spectacular winner in injury time helped Manchester United salvage a 4-3 victory over Wolves in the dying minutes of the game.
The visiting team led by two goals on two separate occasions, but Max Kilman and Pedro Neto’s strikes in injury time helped the Wolves close the gap to 3-3 in the final minutes.
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Neto’s goal in the 95th minute appeared to have given the home team a point, but United quickly responded with a sparkling solo goal from Mainoo, who is 18 years old, to steal the victory.
Marcus Rashford, who scored United’s first goal after five minutes with a superb curling attempt after being left off the squad the previous weekend.
Later in the half, Rasmus Hojlund extended United’s lead by squirming the ball over the goal line from a short distance.
Having 19 minutes remaining, Wolves had taken the lead thanks to a penalty kick from substitute Pablo Sarabia; however, a header from Scott McTominay made it 3-1 right away.
Wolves staged an incredible comeback, but Mainoo’s valiant late-night performance stole the show.
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