Manchester United began the season with a 4-0 victory over Chelsea. But last season's league seven Wolverhampton offered tougher opposition. United needed just under half an hour to see through the home defense. Marcus Rashford dropped the ball to Anthony Martial who took a couple of quick steps into the penalty area before pounding the ball into the net.

1-0 was beautiful and well deserved, but 1-1 was even more beautiful.

Tonight's match was the second in a row for Manchester United's new center-back pair, Harry Maguire and Victor Nilsson Lindelöf. None of them were close to being able to prevent the receipt and the perception that the duo may be the answer to United's long-standing mid-back problem.

Acknowledged with dream goals

The ball rolled out to Rúben Neves after a short corner variation, the Portuguese aimed in and sent from the semi-circle a projectile up in David De Gea's left cross. Detachable and acknowledged after 55 minutes.

Pogba scapegoat

Manchester United pushed for a lead goal and came as close as you can get. Paul Pogba ran straight into the middle leg of Conor Coady's outstretched leg and took care of the ensuing penalty.

Rui Patricio chose the right direction and certainly grew a decimeter as the crowd at Molineaux scanned the penitent's name for the ensuing minutes.

Paul Pogba has been wearing a spotlight all summer. But as of yesterday, trainer Ole Gunnar Solskjaer assured the press that the Frenchman will remain in Manchester.