The BBC Sport reported that International forward, Cristiano Ronaldo’s presence was felt as Manchester United beat Wolves in their first game since announcing they had reached an agreement to re-sign the forward.
Ronaldo was not at Molineux but United’s travelling fans sang his name, with the Red Devils expected to confirm the arrival of the five-time Ballon d’Or winner from Juventus in the coming days for £12.8m.
On the pitch, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side were second-best to a lively Wolves for long periods before Mason Greenwood scored a contentious late winner.
Wolves felt Ruben Neves was fouled in the build-up but the goal was allowed to stand.
Wolves could have been 3-0 up inside 15 minutes, with Raul Jimenez forcing David de Gea into an early save, Aaron Wan-Bissaka making a goal-saving block to deny Trincao and Joao Moutinho volleying over after a mistake by Jadon Sancho.
United were second best for long periods and it required a spectacular double save by De Gea from Romain Saiss to prevent Wolves from taking the lead before Greenwood’s finish.
With Ronaldo’s Staging a comeback Manchester United will experience a new transformation in soccer in this season and beyond.
Mason Greenwood struck in the 80th minute to secure the three points for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team.
The Red Devils remain unbeaten in the Premier League this season, collecting seven points across their first three matches.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men have not lost any of their last 28 away games in the Premier League.
That is the longest unbeaten away run in English Football League history.