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Manchester United’s 2-1 defeat by Wolves was packed full of drama and incident on Tuesday night. As ever, Sportsmail were on hand to pick up any scraps you might have missed from the game.
Fans Celebrate with McTominay’s on his first United goal
Fans love seeing a youngster score at any time but that was McTominay’s first for his boyhood club and plenty took to Twitter in praise of the 22-year-old.McTominay was the 16th different player to score for Manchester United this season.
There were a couple of raised eyebrows at the inclusion of Scott McTominay in the starting line-up but the academy graduate repaid Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s faith. The midfielder slotted his first goal for United to break the deadlock, a lovely strike that skipped off the wet surface into the corner of the net.
Perhaps that is an indictment of the team’s inconsistency up front over the course of the season but you could argue that it’s far better to share the workload. Mourinho’s constant chopping and changing of the side definitely contributed to all the different scorers.
Can Fred really be Brazilian?
The midfielder was at fault for Wolves’ equaliser after losing the ball when David de Gea played it out from the back. Fred has not been convincing since joining to much fanfare from Shakhtar Donetsk last summer.
And his latest blunder led plenty of fans to question his ability, with one even wanting to see a birth certificate, refusing to believe a Brazilian could take such a bad touch.
With London rivals Fulham bidding to avoid relegation, some Watford fans thought they’d try to rub salt in the wounds. They painted a very rudimentary banner, writing: ‘Fulham relegation party’.
It seemed like they were having a great time