The Wolves goes back and becomes the black beast of Solskjaer

Manchester United conceded its second defeat in the Premier League since the arrival of Ole-Gunnar Solskjaer to the bench last December.


Manchester United have conceded their second defeat in the Premier League since the arrival of Ole-Gunnar Solskjaer to the bench last December after losing to Wolverhampton (2-1) in a match belonging to matchday 32 of the British Championship, the last of the 'red devils' before measuring Barcelona in the Champions League on April 10.

The team of Norwegian coach, who came to office on December 19, had only lost one game in the Premier League and knee-deep Tuesday against an opponent that already eliminated him in the FA Cup less than a month ago. On this occasion, despite taking advantage in the score, they were overcome in a second half that was all local.

El young McTominay forward United before reaching the quarter hour, but the Wolves equaled the clash with a goal from Diogo Jota at the equator of the first act. The expulsion of Ashley Young (one hour from the end) helped to take the match, which won with a target of Smalling in own goal.

The defeat leaves Manchester United in fifth position, giving free rein to Tottenham in fourth place and Chelsea, which is sixth and can overtake him on Wednesday if he defeats Brighton in a match to be played at Stamford Bridge.

For his part, Fulham confirmed his descent to the Championships, the British second division, after falling goal scored by Javi Gracia's Watford. The goals were signed by Doucoure, Hughes, Deeney and Spain's Kiko Femenía. The English are the second team that descends after the Huddersfield Town.



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