Wolves held by Man United
Saturday’s late Premier League kick-off saw Manchester United play host to Wolves.
After 4th placed Chelsea dropped points earlier in the day, the tie at Old Trafford represented a great chance for one of Wolves or Man United to gain some ground in the race for a Champions League spot.
The game also saw Bruno Fernandes make his Manchester United debut.
But despite the inclusion of the usually free-scoring Fernandes, Saturday’s tie would end 0-0.
As a result of the draw, Man United have dropped to 6th spot, and Wolves to 7th, with Sheffield United now up to 5th after their narrow victory over Crystal Palace.
Highlights: Manchester United 0-Wolves 0
Nuno on Adama Traore
After his side’s draw with the Red Devils, Nuno Santo would provide an update on Adama Traore.
The Spaniard had to deal with a couple of issues vs United, which looked to be a shoulder problem in the first 45, and then an ankle issue in the second-half.
Traore eventually forced off…
Shoulder problem in the first half; left ankle injury in the second.
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However, it doesn’t sound as though the Wolves faithful need to be too concerned about the electrifying winger, as Nuno stated that whilst Traore is in a lot of pain, he doesn’t think it is anything serious:
“I know he’s in a lot of pain. He dislocated his shoulder and Matt (Perry), the doctor, managed to put it back again.
“He had another kick in the end, so he’s on ice now. But I think it’s nothing serious.
“It happened before, Tottenham. He’s a strong boy. He’ll be OK, hopefully.” As quoted by the Express & Star.