Wolverhampton Wanderers thought they had salvaged a point after a late leveller in a cinematic match for the neutrals.
The match started early in the way of Manchester United after Marcus Rashford converted from a Hojlund assist to put the visitors ahead.
It did not take long before Rasmus Hojlund grabbed a goal of his to gain a comfortable lead as they head into the halftime break. The margin at the break could have been wider, but they were not clinical in front of goal.
It looked like it was not going to be Wolves day till the 75th minute when substitute Pablo Sarabia was presented with a chance from the penalty spot. He didn’t let the team down as he clawed one back for the host.
The dream of a comeback by the host did not take long to be cut short by another substitute, Scott McTominay who had only spent two minutes after coming on for Casemiro. He converted from a Bruno Fernandes assist
The game took a quick turnaround when Wolves scored two goals in ten minute to draw level with Manchester United in the 5th minute of added time. Goals coming from Pedro Neto and Max Kilman.
18-year old, Kobie Mainoo deemed it was the perfect time to score his first ever premier league goal for Manchester United, and it was all that was needed in the 97th minute to grab a winner for the visitor and see them move up to 7th on the log.