Football NewsManchester United lost to the Wolves at Old Trafford for the first time in years
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The Red Devils lost to the Wolves at Old Trafford for the first time since 1980 on Monday, with a 1-0 defeat disrupting an unbeaten streak of over 40 years against an opponent.


A little about the topic

Their unbeaten streak of five games under new manager Ralph Rangnicke also came to an end with a result. Manchester United continues to fight for control against lower-ranking teams; literally last week they drew 1-1 against Newcastle and were branded by a bunch of wingbegs by Neville for their efforts.


What happened?

The Wolves came out unashamedly to squeeze out the serve, recording 15 shots in the first 45 minutes – the most on Opta’s record from the visiting team in the first half at Old Trafford. They were finally rewarded for positive play in the 82nd minute when Moutinho shot the winner from outside of boxing. He is now the oldest away player to score the winning goal at Old Trafford in Premier League history. The Wolves finished with 19 throws, up from nine for the Red Devils.


What did Ralf Rangnick say?

Ralf Rangnick said that Joao Moutinho could shoot without insignia without any problem, without pressure. they are very disappointed with the result and parts of our performance. They play with four or five central midfielders, and they had problems to control this part of the serve. they decided to change their formation and they had more control – they didn’t have much of a chance – but they missed their chances and they must admit that they deserved to win. The wolves were the best team they played on. They have more problems today than other games.

According to Ralf Rangnick, they didn’t push at all. they tried, but could not get into these acute situations. They were overloaded in midfield and played through their backs. they only worked for two and a half or three weeks after the need to close the training center. They had results. They played well in times, but today they have to admit that they are better than them.