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Gary Neville gives verdict after Wolves beat United at Old Trafford

It was another drab performance as Manchester United got the result we deserved at Old Trafford today. It was Wolves’ first league win at Old Trafford since 1980.

The Reds were atrocious and could hardly string three passes together in the first-half. We saw better moments in the second half but it came to nothing, as Bruno Fernandes hit the post just moments after coming off the bench.

Adama Traore came on which gave Luke Shaw something different to contain.

The left-back was already on a yellow card which made matters worse and it was the Spanish winger who assisted the goal.

Joao Moutinho scored the game’s only goal — his second at Old Trafford (more than he’s scored at Molineux) – to give Wolves a huge boost in the Premier League. Bruno Lage’s side have struggled for goals this season but they created enough chances at Old Trafford to win five matches…

Anyhow, Gary Neville was not impressed as Ralf Rangnick suffered his first defeat as United manager.

The former United captain tweeted just minutes before the final whistle, writing: “It’s not good. It really isn’t!”

What a terrible start to 2022!

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6 responses to “Gary Neville gives verdict after Wolves beat United at Old Trafford”

  1. Mr Seamus Gough says:

    What do you expect when you take of your best player Greenwood was our best player by a mile sanco should not have lasted till half time

  2. Edward Zoegar says:

    Ralf needs to change his system of play. The 4-2-2-2 is not helping us.

  3. Kenneth Andrew wilkes says:

    Drab performance? Nothing to with man utd’s performance. Outplayed by a quality Wolves side. Give them the credit they deserve.

  4. Morgany says:

    Greenwood is nothing near as a winger, what he wants is to score and this selfishly act cannot make it in Ferguson team if he is around.

    • Alan Bruce says:

      Gutted Mason was hooked. Only one with a picture of the pitch and always likely to open defences with pacy clever passes. Most of all he injects pace to the play and is always a threat as he shoots early off either foot. He must be shocked at how he needs to take the game by the scruff but is intimidated by Ronny who has to have everyone serve him. I’m scared he will be bought as everyone outside senses how good he is. Apart from Southgate who did his best to ruin him whilst being more lenient on Foden. We were shocking last night and Donny still benched. Disheartening after the money that’s been spent.