Wolves   2

Elokobi (10), Doyle (39)

Man United   1

Nani (3)

5 FEBRUARY 2011, MOLINEUX ATTENDANCE 28,811

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Wolves
1Hennessey
23Zubar
16Berra
5Stearman
3Elokobigoal
24O'Harayellow cardsub32
8Henryyellow card
20Milijassub9
19Hammillsub11
7Jarvis
29Doylegoal
Subs:
1Hahnemann
4Edwards
9Ebanks-Blakesub20
26Fletcher
11Wardsub19
6Craddock
32Foleysub24
Man United
1Van der Sar
2Rafael
15Vidic
6Evanssub12
3Evra
17Nanigoal
24Fletcher
16Carricksub18
11Giggs
10Rooneyyellow card
9Berbatovsub14
Subs:
12Smallingsub6
29Kuszczak
7Owen
22O'Shea
8Anderson
14Hernandezsub9
18Scholessub16yellow card

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Edwin van der Sar – The big Dutchman had very little to do, other than pick the ball out of his net twice. Given little protection by his defence for either goal.

Rafael – Put in plenty of effort and played on manfully, despite suffering a painful dislocated finger during the second half, but the Brazilian was unable to provide the telling final ball when United needed it most.

Nemanja Vidic - Given a tough time by Kevin Doyle, who continues to catch the eye as one of the best lone strikers in the league.

Jonny Evans – Thrown into the match in tough circumstances, and was subjected to a constant aerial barrage from the hosts before retiring injured.

Patrice Evra – Hurtled forward at every opportunity and gave his all in pursuit of an equaliser, but endured a frustrating afternoon.

Nani – Head and shoulders above everyone else. A constant danger to Wolves, and opened the scoring with a superb early finish; his ninth goal of an impressive season.

Michael Carrick – Started brightly, with plenty of positive passing early on, but was soon penned back by Wolves' dominant midfield. Made way for Scholes at half-time.

Darren Fletcher -  Another busy display from the Scot, who gave his all alongside Carrick and latterly Scholes, but regularly found himself under heavy pressure.

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