De Gea crowned Man of the Match
David De Gea has been voted Manchester United's Man of the Match, after the narrow 1-0 victory in the Black Country on Sunday afternoon.
United were by no means at our best at Molineux, with Wolves dominating for large spells, particularly in the first half.
Ultimately, though, Mason Greenwood's 81st-minute strike, leathered past Jose Sa and into the net, gave us all three points.
Raphael Varane impressed on his Reds debut, keeping calm and collected even in the face of Adama Traore's electric pace.
Greenwood and Varane came second and third in the voting for the accolade, which opened straight after the final whistle.
But De Gea was your clear winner after his incredible double save from Romain Saiss midway through the second half.
The Spaniard's second stop from the Wolves defender was particularly breathtaking, with Reds great Peter Schmeichel declaring it the save of the season so far.
You can see David's own reaction below...
De Gea: Double saves are all about instinct
"It was a big moment in the game because, after that, we scored the goal," says David, on his double save...
Congratulations, David and thanks to everyone for voting.
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