Manchester United secured a comeback into the top seven with a thrilling 4-3 triumph over Wolves at Molineux Stadium on Thursday.
A late decisive goal by Kobbie Mainoo propelled Manchester United to a remarkable victory, as Marcus Rashford skillfully found the back of the net.
Mainoo registered his inaugural Premier League goal in stoppage time, stunning Molineux after Pedro Neto’s equalizer seemed to secure a draw for the hosts just two minutes prior.
Rashford, who had faced disciplinary action from manager Erik ten Hag and was sidelined for the FA Cup win at Newport due to reported drinking in Belfast, demonstrated an impressive comeback.
He not only scored but also contributed to Rasmus Hojlund’s goal.
In a contrasting debut for West Ham, Kalvin Phillips, faced a challenging start as they settled for a 1-1 draw against Bournemouth.
Kurt Zouma’s errant pass left Phillips exposed, leading to Dominic Solanke scoring within minutes at London Stadium on Thursday.
Despite the setback, West Ham salvaged a point in the Premier League clash, thanks to Mohammed Kudus earning a penalty, expertly converted by James Ward-Prowse.
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