Manchester United wanted a 76th-minute objective from defender Raphael Varane to eke out a 1-0 win over Wolverhampton after being outplayed for lengthy intervals of its Premier League opener on Tuesday.
The previous France heart again headed residence from point-blank vary after Aaron Wan Bissaka ran onto a lofted move from Bruno Fernandes and lobbed a cross into the six-yard field.
It was a uncommon slick transfer from United, which gave aggressive debuts to goalkeeper Andre Onana and Mason Mount and did not look cohesive in opposition to a visiting workforce that dominated midfield and was a continuing hazard on the break.
Wolves struck the submit by Matheus Cunha early within the second half, whereas substitute Fabio Silva drew two saves from the toes of Onana within the closing levels as United held on at Outdated Trafford.
Onana had a formidable debut although had a worrying second deep into stoppage time when he appeared to clatter into Wolves substitute Sasa Kalajdzic.
The incident was reviewed by video however no penalty was given, a lot to the annoyance of recent Wolves supervisor Gary O’Neil, who was proven a yellow card.
In La Liga, Atletico Madrid wrapped up the opening spherical of the season by leaping to the highest of the desk with a 3-1 residence victory over promoted Granada.
Premier League: Manchester United 1 (Varane 76) bt Wolverhampton 0.
La Liga: Atletico Madrid 3 (Morata 45+4, Depay, Llorente 90+8) bt Granada 1 (Samu 62).
On Monday: Cadiz 1 (Fede 7) bt Deportivo Alaves 0.
Referees who missed a foul in Man United-Wolves not concerned in subsequent set of Premier League video games
The match officers who did not award Wolverhampton a late penalty in opposition to Manchester United within the opening spherical of the Premier League haven’t been chosen for any sport within the subsequent set of matches.
Wolves supervisor Gary O’Neil mentioned he obtained an apology from elite referees’ supervisor Jon Moss after the workforce was denied a stoppage-time penalty when United goalkeeper Andre Onana bumped into substitute Sasa Kalajdzic. United received 1-0.
The referee for the sport, Simon Hooper, didn’t award the spot kick and the video assistant referee deemed there was no foul. The 2 officers have been lacking from the listing printed by the Premier League on Tuesday for the second set of matches.
O’Neil mentioned Moss advised him he “can’t consider” the foul wasn’t noticed by the on-field referee or the VAR.
“Jon Moss mentioned it was a blatant penalty and will have been given,” Neil mentioned. “He mentioned it was clear and apparent.”