Martial’s anger says it all as Solskjaer enjoys Man Utd beating Wolves

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Manchester United got their top four charge back on track with a 2-0 win over Wolves at Old Trafford on Saturday. Anthony Martial and Alejandro Garnacho stepped up to fire their side to victory, with former boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer watching on. And it means they’re now level on points with Newcastle – and four ahead of Liverpool.

Manchester United knew they had to beat Wolves to boost their chances of securing Champions League football for next season.

And they did exactly that, with Martial putting them ahead from close range in the 32nd minute.

The France international, who has often blown hot and cold throughout his time at the club, swept the ball home after a pass from Antony.

Wolves huffed and puffed all afternoon long in the hope of finding an equaliser.

But United made the result safe late on through Garnacho and Express Sport now takes a look at four things we learned from the contest.

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Martial anger sums up Antony

Before Antony assisted Martial, the Brazil international annoyed his team-mate with his decision-making.

The Samba star curled an effort wide but failed to spot the run of his team-mate, who was seen looking frustrated and gesturing in the seconds that followed.

Moments later, however, Antony made amends.

But it speaks volumes about how frustrating the former Ajax star can be as he continues to adapt to playing in the Premier League following his arrival last summer.

United will need Antony to be better next term if he’s to ever live up to his dizzying £86million price tag.

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Solskjaer enjoys Wolves win

Former United boss Solskjaer was in attendance for the match with Wolves.

It was the 50-year-old’s first visit to his old club since his sacking back in November 2021.

And Solskjaer seemed happy before the game, with the Norwegian smiling as he signed autographs for happy fans.

He was also serenaded by supporters, who gave him a warm reception on a sunny day in Manchester.

The match itself wasn’t a classic but Solskjaer will be happy at having seen United win.

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Varane was missed

While Luke Shaw and Victor Lindelof didn’t do much wrong in the recent absence of Raphael Varane, the France international has clearly been missed over the past few weeks.

Erik ten Hag decided to start the former Real Madrid star following his return from injury.

And Varane produced a typically calm and composed display to keep Wolves at bay.

His return has come at the perfect time, with the 2018 World Cup winner poised to play a big part between now and the end of the season.

If only they had Lisandro Martinez available as well…

Wolves need a striker

For periods of the game against United, Wolves were able to dominate the ball and dictate proceedings.

But they desperately, desperately need a new striker if they’re to fare better next term.

Diego Costa provides a physical threat but it’s clear the Spain international is a shadow of the player who previously tore up the Premier League at Chelsea.

With just 30 goals from 36 league matches this season, Wolves have scored the least amount in the top flight.

And that’s something manager Julen Lopetegui will need to address.

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