Manchester United need two wins from their last three games to achieve Champions League football next season after beating Wolverhampton Wanderers at Old Trafford.
Goals from Anthony Martial and Alejandro Garnacho took Erik ten Hag's men level on point with Newcastle United, after the Magpies failed to win at Elland Road.
Anthony Martial scored from close range to round off a superb Man United team move before Alejandro Garnacho came off the bench to make his concrete impact as usual.
The Argentine wonderkid, who is expecting a baby soon dedicated his goal to his unborn child and has ensured Man United supporters of many more to come from him.
The goals didn't look like they were coming when Antony squandered all of his first half chances before he found Anthony Martial in space to break the deadlock at the 32nd minute.
Erik ten Hag suffered a huge blow ahead of the Premier League game against Julien Lopetegui's side, as Marcus Rashford could be sideline until the end of the season.
Without their top scorer, Manchester United looked blunt and Antony in particular struggled in front of goal.
Now, a Premier League away trip at Bournemouth awaits Erik ten Hag's men before home games against Chelsea and Fulham to conclude the season.
But first, let's quickly take a look at the 5 best players for Manchester United against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
He set up Anthony Martial for Man United's opening goal but missed a host of chances.
4. Bruno Fernandes
The Portuguese international appeared tired in the finals minutes of the game and could do with a little rest.
3. Alejandro Garnacho
The Argentine come on and did what Antony was craving for during his time on the bench.
Garnacho has now take his goal tally to five goals after finding the back of the net against Wolves.
2. Raphael Varane
He was as solid as a rock in defence. Erik ten Hag would be relieved to have him back.
1. Aaron Wan-bissaka
The former Crystal Palace full back was exceptional. He was also seen advancing for forardmmmmm with the ball
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