Greenwood enters Premier League’s History books

After signing the player with the most goals in the game’s history, Cristiano Ronaldo, with the goal against Wolves, Manchester United teenager also entered the history books of the English Premier League.

Mason Greenwood’s goal yesterday made him the first teenager in Premier League’s history to score in the first three games of the Premier League campaign since Fowler. Another record that Manchester United broke yesterday is the record for consecutive games unbeaten on the road. With the 0-1 win over Wolves, the Red Devils extended their away unbeaten run to 28 games, which is the most in the Premier League by any side.

However, the game on Sunday could have ended that run if Wolves attackers did not come against one of the very best goalkeepers, David De Gea. Wolves missed chance after chance, and in the 80th minute of the game, what seemed to be a foul later was capitalised by one of England’s biggest young prospects.

Heading into next weeks international break, Manchester United sits in third place in the Premier League table, while Wolves share the bottom of the table with Arsenal with zero points. Hopefully, Wolves can bounce back in the upcoming fixtures as they’ve registered 57 shots in the first three games and haven’t scored once, losing all three games with 1-0.

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