Wolves beat Manchester United on Monday night, 0-1 to inflict the first defeat on Ralf Rangnick since taking over as the interim coach of the Red Devils.
Wolves beat Manchester United with the help of Joao Moutinho’s late goal with just only goal eight minutes from time to give Wolves a deserved victory at Old Trafford.
The win on Monday night, earn Wolves their first Old Trafford win since 1980.
The visitors controlled the opening half-hour and were back on top by the time Moutinho struck, although the goal was unfortunate for central defender Phil Jones, who was one of United’s better performers on his senior return after a near two-year absence because of injuries.
His clearing header fell to the 35-year-old midfielder on the edge of the area and although Moutinho had not scored since February 2021, he kept his nerve to drive a shot through a packed penalty area and into the bottom corner.
The Wolves fans celebrated noisily at the final whistle but it was a crushing blow for Rangnick, with his side remaining seventh in the Premier League, a staggering 22 points behind leaders Manchester City – although they have played two games fewer.
Wolves, meanwhile, are now three points and once place behind Manchester United in eighth.