Manchester United ended the current Premier League campaign with a win at the expense of Wolves on the final day of the season at the weekend. The Red Devils saw off Wolves 2-1 with a second string team.

Red Devils manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaermade a lot of changes to his team for the trip to the midlands to face Wolves with an eye on the Villarreal match in the Europa League final. Manchester United will face the Yellow Submarines in the final of Europe’s second tier competition in Gdansk on Wednesday night.

Manchester United had a fantastic away record in the league this term ahead of the Wolves game. The Red Devils had been unbeaten in the first 18 away gamesin the Premier League this season before the Wolves game at the Molineux on Sunday evening and the second string team was able to maintain that record at the end of the match.

Wolves were beaten 2-1 at home by Manchester United on the occasion of the final game for manager NunoEspirito Santo. The Portuguese tactician will leave Wolves in the coming weeks after him and the club reached a mutual consent for his exit. He has been strongly linked with the FC Porto job.

NunoEspirito Santo ended his Wolves career with a defeat at the hands of Manchester United despite facing a second string team from the Red Devils. Manchester United took the lead inside 13 minutes courtesy young forward Anthony Elanga. The 19-year-old player scored the opening goal of the game after good work from Welsh international Daniel James. Wolves fullback Nelson Semedo scored the equaliser for the home team on 39 minutes off the assist from Fabio Silva before veteran Spanish player Juan Manuel Mata scored what proved to be the winning goal of the game from the penalty spot at the end of the first half. Mata tucked away the resulting penalty after centre referee Mike Dean adjudged Wolves defender RomainSaiss to have tripped Dutch international Donny Van de Beek in the box.