Ebene News – GB – Headline talks stupid at this point – Rashford

Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford says it would be’ stupid ‘to think of winning the Premier League title just yet despite his injury- Time goal against Wolverhampton Wanderers moving Red Devils to second place in the table

Tuesday’s game looked destined to be a draw as Rashford took over the area near the goal line

But after cutting inside the penalty area, the Englishman let go of a left-footed shot that deflected Romain Saiss to leave Rui Patricio completely on his foot

United are now two points behind leaders Liverpool, having played the same number of games, which is as close as they have been to the top of the table at this point in the season since retirement by Sir Alex Ferguson

“We are a team that is still working a lot on ourselves and watching the table so early in the season is a bit stupid of us

“We have to play one game at a time and if we can continue to find ways to win like this we will see where we are at the end of the season”

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said he is not ready to consider talking about a title challenge before 30 games

“You can lose the chance to race in the first 10 games of course, but play 15 more and maybe get to 30, so we can start talking about it when we have at least played more of the game. half of the season

“The belief is there – they think ‘we can win against anyone, anywhere’ This result is massive for attitude”

Since Wolves returned to the top flight in 2018, these teams have now met eight times in the Championship and Cup.There have been four draws and two wins apiece, none of which have been by more than one goal

United manager Solskjaer predicted a tight deal and it turned out his defense was equal to an attack from Wolves who continue to struggle without Raul Jimenez, while the home side do not failed to inspire despite Paul Pogba returning alongside Fernandes in midfield

Unusually for him, Fernandes wasted when Mason Greenwood picked him with a deep cross just before half-time

Such opportunities tend to find the net at the feet of the Portuguese, but this one was turned down by Patricio

Rashford and Anthony Martial missed chances and although Edinson Cavani had the ball in the net, the Uruguayan was correctly ruled offside

There have been calls for a handball penalty in the prep, but VAR ruled it was accidental by Wolves skipper Conor Coady

While the night didn’t end well for Wolves, it was another good one for young Wolves striker Pedro Neto

Manager Nuno Espirito Santo has tried to play down the expectations of the 20-year-old, who is just starting to be exposed to senior football after a few appearances in his native Portugal for Braga and during a loan spell at Lazio

Glenn Hoddle and Jamie Redknapp have both praised Neto in recent days, and while his petite stature was ill-suited to the role of center-forward given to him, there was more evidence to Old Trafford from a potential star in the making

Either through his own shot that tested De Gea, or through the inspired leave that created one for Ruben Neves, Neto shows he’s still thinking

The reverse pass that found Rayan Ait-Nouri in a crowded penalty area was inspired even though it brought no reward

Neto is also getting used to the physical side of the game – he was accidentally punched in the face by Nemanja Matic, which made a cry of pain as the game continued without him.

He might have done better when he ran clearly just before half-time, only to find Harry Maguire in his way as he tried to get inside to create more room for a shot , but the teenager continued to find pockets of space after the break before he was finally replaced

To highlight the development of this Wolves side, the 18-year-old ex-Liverpool defender Ki-Jana Hoever made his first Premier League start, as did Vitinha, 20 – an assist that Pogba was the highlight of its appearance of 54 minutes

It won’t be a great consolation after such a disappointing end of the evening for the wolves

“It’s cruel in the moment, but you can’t stand sorry – you have to move on We have created chances, sometimes we should finish more”

Manchester United concludes their festive schedule against another Midlands team, Aston Villa, on Friday January 1 (20:00 GMT) Wolves are next in action at Brighton on Saturday January 2 (17:30 GMT)

Goal! Manchester United 1, Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) left footed shot from the center of the box to the lower right corner Assisted by Bruno Fernandes

Attempt blocked Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United) with his right foot shot from outside the box is blocked Assisted by Luke Shaw

Recorded attempt Rayan Aït-Nouri (Wolverhampton Wanderers) left footed shot from the left side of the box is recorded in the lower right corner Assisted by João Moutinho

Unsuccessful attempt Anthony Martial (Manchester United) right foot shot from outside the box is high and wide to the right Assisted by Paul Pogba

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