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Premier League matchday one was a smashing success. Despite the fact that there was no goal for 70 minutes, this was not a dull match, as both clubs had numerous chances to score. Raphael Varane emerged as the hero for Manchester United, scoring the game’s lone goal.
Man Utd player ratings:
Onana 8/10 – in the last minutes not only made saves but also saved the victory.
Wan-Bissaka 8/10 – was very complete both offensively and defensively and provided the assist for the only goal of the match.
Varane 8/10 – did an impeccable job in defense and was rewarded with a header for the victory for his team.
Martinez 6/10 – didn’t have his best day and the coach knew it that’s why he changed him at half time.
Shaw 7/10 – won the ball back many times but was very erroneous when he joined the attack.
Casemiro 7/10 – his team needed him the most in the last minutes, but his presence was not noticed; he only won three of the 15 duels he had.
Antony 7/10 – was incredibly imbalanced, making three vital passes but missing a golden opportunity.
Fernandez 7/10 – unquestionably a genius who didn’t end with assists because those who received his passes failed to score.
Mount 6/10 – He was the least connected of the offensive players, missing some passes and turning the ball over.
Garnacho 7/10 – The Argentinean player was imbalanced, but his shots were not precise.
Rashford 7/10 – won numerous ground duels and generated several dangerous plays with his dribbles.
Wolves player ratings:
Sa 7/10 – despite conceding a goal, he had made a couple of saves, keeping his team in the game.
Semedo 7/10 – was a fortress for the players who pioneered the right flank crossing.
Dawson 8/10 – almost flawless defensive lesson; the only thing he didn’t accomplish was keep a clean sheet.
Kilman 7/10 – the captain was able to thwart many offensive advances but lost the majority of individual duels.
Nouri 7/10 – his defending was not the finest, and he missed numerous passes offensively, but he did make one successful ball that almost resulted in a goal.
Neto 8/10 – The Wolves’ most incisive player, with four vital passes and two shots on target.
Gomez 7/10 – was in charge of getting the ball from midfield to the opposing goal.
Lemina 7/10 – had an unorthodox day, but accomplished vital midfield tasks.
Nunes 7/10 – was a counterattack expert, and some of the most dangerous plays originated at his feet.
Sarabia 8/10 – The Spanish player was entirely neutralized and didn’t shoot a single shot on goal, so he devoted himself to making important passes.
Cunha 7/10 – came close to equalizing, but squandered a huge chance and hit the post.
Player of the match: Andre Onana
Manchester United scored with 15 minutes remaining in the game, and Wolverhampton pushed for an equalizer throughout. Andre Onana made up to six crucial stops to preserve the clean sheet. The Cameroonian player is unquestionably accountable for the Reds’ three points.
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