BRUNO FERNANDES topped Eric Bailly as Manchester United’s man of the match in final night time’s dramatic victory in opposition to Wolves at Previous Trafford.
A tough-fought 90 minutes at Previous Trafford was capped by Marcus Rashford’s injury-time goal in entrance of the Stratford Finish.
Eric Bailly celebrates the win over Wolves with goalscorer Marcus RashfordCredit score: Getty Photographs – Getty
He wrote: “A clear sheet and a victory. Good method to finish a yr to overlook. We’re coming for you, 2021.”
Whereas Rashford took the plaudits for his match-winning contribution, Fernandes led his United team-mates in hailing Bailly’s show.
Bruno Fernandes was fast to hail his team-mate
Scott McTominay expressed his reward via the medium of emojis
The Portuguese, who assisted Rashford’s objective, posted: “My man of the match.”
Juan Mata added: “And mine.”
Scott McTominay commented with clapping hand and coronary heart emojis.
Whereas Victor Lindelof, who has been forward of Bailly within the defensive pecking order, posted 4 bicep emojis.
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Bailly’s spectacular show is prone to depart Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with a variety dilemma after Lindelof missed the win via damage.
Talking after the ultimate whistle, Solskajer mentioned: “We needed to defend nicely as a result of, on the counter-attack, Wolves are all the time so harmful.
“I believed Eric did fantastically all night time, breaking apart a number of counter-attacks and Nemanja [Matic, in the] second half.
“We simply adjusted a few positions within the second half to cease their counters and I feel it labored.
“David [De Gea] needed to make a save and he did. It was a great save, it was an vital one for us.”
United’s gamers have little restoration time earlier than internet hosting high-flying Aston Villa on New Yr’s Day.
The Carabao Cup semi-final against Manchester City is in doubt due to a coronavirus outbreak among the many Sky Blues.
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