Manchester United 2-1 Wolves
Park Ji-Sung 45, 90 + 3 Ebanks-Blake 66
Park Ji-Sung’s stoppage-time winner broke Wolves hearts at Old Trafford, as an unimpressive Manchester United came away with all three points from a game they could have lost.
With seconds left and the game heading for the draw Wolvers deserved, Park picked up possession by the right touchline.
He cut inside two tired challenges before scuffing a left-foot shot low past keeper Marcus Hahnemann’s despairing dive at his near post.
Park also scored at the end of the first half, before former United trainee Sylvan Ebanks-Blake equalised midway through the second half.
Wolves had the better of an opening 45 minutes of precious few chances, with Nenas Milijas’s deflected shot just past the post the closest they came to a goal.
Park broke the deadlock with a neat right-foot shot from Darren Fletcher’s pinpoint pass.
But Ebanks-Blake’s neat turn and shot through United keeper Edwin Van der Sar’s legs brought the sides level, just two minutes after the striker had come on as a substitute.
And Wolves could have snatched a late lead, only for Steven Fletcher to snatch at his left-foot shot from 12 yards.
A terrific Karl Henry tackle denied United’s Gabriel Obertan. But there was no denying Park.
Tags: Park Ji-Sung, Wolves, Manchester United, Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, Gabriel Obertan