Ratings: Anthony Martial MOTM in 1-1 draw at Wolves; Paul Pogba penalty miss costly, Daniel James played well

Manchester United draw 1-1 with Wolves at the Molineux on Monday evening. Anthony Martial scored his 50th goal for United in the first half of the game with Ruben Neves equalising ten minutes into the second half. Paul Pogba missed a penalty, which could have given United all three points, sending them to the summit of the Premier League.

There was some good moments in the game with Harry Maguire looking solid at the back, although he made a mistake which was not costly, but could have been redeeming himself minutes later with a clearance. Marcus Rashford and Martial seem to be at the top of their game at the start of the season. Aaron Wan-Bissaka is a great signing, showing his worth many times against Wolves.

Paul Pogba will be unhappy with himself because of his penalty miss, which could have meant all three points for United and them sitting at the top of the Premier League table level on points with Liverpool. However, they have four points after a win and a draw, a four goal difference (positive) and some good football played so far.

Man of the Match: Anthony Martial

The Frenchman seems to be happy at United gayer being reunited with his old shirt, the Manchester United number nine. Two goals scored so far this season, four points in the bag, a win and a draw and Crystal Palace at the Theatre of Dreams on the horizon. Martial, aided by Rashford will be looking to provide the goals for United this season.

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Goals: Ruben Neves 55′; Anthony Martial 27′

Assists: Joao Moutinho 55′; Marcus Rashford 27′

Manchester United: De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw; McTominay, Pogba; James (Greenwood 89′), Lingard (Mata 81′), Rashford (Pereira 89′); Martial

Substitutes Not Used: Romero; Young, Tuanzebe; Matic

Bookings: Ruben Neves 51′, Ryan Bennett 67′; Daniel James 24′, Aaron Wan-Bissaka 84′

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