Manchester United traveled to the Molineux to face Wolverhampton Wanderers and surprisingly got all three points winning by a lone goal despite the host controlling the game in both half.
England international, Mason Greenwood broke the deadlock in the 81st minute after finishing from a Raphael Varane’s assist and has now scored three goals in three games.
After the win on the road, Manchester United have created yet another record as they have gone 28 games away unbeaten (W18 D10), establishing a new record for the longest unbeaten away run in English Football League history.
Also, after Mason Greenwood netted his third of the campaign, he is now one of only four players in Premier League history to score 20+ goals as a teenager, after Michael Owen, Robbie Fowler and Wayne Rooney.
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