Man United   3

Rooney (30), Vidic (44), Valencia (66)

Wolves   0

15 December 2009 Old Trafford | Attendance: 73,709

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Man United
29Kuszczak
30De Laet
16Carrick
15Vidicgoalsub24
3Evra
7Valenciagoal
28Gibson
18Scholes
25Obertansub19
9Berbatov
10Rooneygoalsub7
Subs:
1Foster
20Fabio
24Fletchersub15
8Anderson
7Park
7Owensub10
19Welbecksub25
Wolves
1Hahnemann
3Elokobi
23Zubar
32Foley
26Hill
21Mancienne
15Halfordsub14
35Castilloyellow card
28Friendsub7
12Surman
33Maierhoffersub19
Subs:
1Hennessey
8Henry
9Ebanks-Blake
14Jonessub15
16Berra
7Jarvissub28
19Iwelumosub33

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Tomasz Kuszczak - A quiet night for the Pole, who endured a couple of nervy moments but scarcely had a shot to save.

Ritchie de Laet - Impressive stuff from the 21-year-old, who enjoyed plenty of action, prevented Wolves' rare forays down the flank and also made a seamless switch to the centre of defence.

Michael Carrick - The midfielder-turned-central-defender was outstanding. He couldn't have wished for an easier evening, but his cool head and passing out of defence was a joy to behold.

Nemanja Vidic - Enjoyed his running battle with gargantuan striker Stefan Maierhofer, and popped up with a powerful header to grab his first goal of the season.

Patrice Evra - Toiled up and down the left flank all evening, providing a threat to Wolves' beleaguered defence and allowing nothing to pass down his side.

Antonio Valencia - Another evening full of running for the Ecuadorian. While his crosses were frequently cut out, he atoned with a quite stunning third goal.

Paul Scholes - Neat, tidy and unflustered stuff from the little master, who pulled plenty of midfield strings without ever being sternly tested by the visitors.

Darron Gibson - Impressive work against his former loan club. Although he couldn't cap his display with a goal, his set-pieces set up the first two and his tough tackling dominated the midfield battle.

Gabriel Obertan - Plenty of trickery and pace from the Frenchman, who was denied an impressive first-half goal by Marcus Hahnemann.

Dimitar Berbatov - Although he endured much frustration with his final pass, Berba set up Valencia's strike

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