Wolves frustrate Manchester United on Sir Alex Ferguson’s return

Sir Alex Ferguson was back where he belongs – at Old Trafford – for the first time since recovering from a brain haemorrhage but he witnessed a disappointing draw for a Manchester United team who failed to turn dominance into three points. At the close Wolves came close to stealing victory when David de Gea saved a shot from Adama Traoré with a foot and the Wolves winger then blasted wide in added time.

The visitors had signalled early on they would push forward when possible, creating two chances for Raúl Jiménez, the No 9 in Nuno Espírito Santo’s 5-4-1. Both times United were breached along Luke Shaw’s left corridor but Jiménez failed to take full advantage; he miscued the first and De Gea saved smartly from the second.

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via Football | The Guardian

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