Manchester United have no room for error in the race for the top four after “messy mistakes” gifted Wolves victory at Molineux, according to Darren Fletcher.
United could have moved up to third in the Premier League with a win on Tuesday night, and looked on course to do so when Scott McTominay’s first goal for the club handed the visitors a deserved lead.
But a defensive mistake from Fred which led to Wolves’ equalizer – scored by Diogo Jota – was the catalyst of United’s downfall, and a Chris Smalling own goal, after Ashley Young’s dismissal for two bookings, completed the hosts’ comeback.
There are not many games left now, United can hardly afford any more errors in this battle to finish in the top four.
“United probably have to go and win every game between now and the end of the season. That’s the challenge that lies ahead.
Manchester Unite slumped to a second defeat at the hands of the Wolves this season,further complicating their chances of winning the Kenyan premier League.
They now stand at 5th at the English Premier League