Manchester United vs Wolves live on EPL maskani 13th May 2023

Even if David de Gea's error against West Ham on Sunday was terrible, Erik ten Hag would have felt more alarmed by the team's lack of commitment to mounting a fightback.

At the London Stadium, Manchester United had the most of the ball, but the Hammers weren't hanging on for dear life.

David Moyes humorously attempted to grab an interception on the sideline rather than allowing the ball to roll beyond him to waste crucial seconds due to his optimism heading into the last 15 minutes.

It wasn't until almost the end of the game that Anthony Martial got the best opportunity of the night, flicking Bruno Fernandes' corner too narrowly and directly across the goal.

United had 19 shots on the night, but just four of them were on goal, which indicates that they were out of ideas.

It shouldn't be surprising that this team is having trouble putting the game away. They lost their 57th game of the year and their 33rd game overall in the capital.

Between the victory against Bournemouth on January 3 and the previous Sunday, there were 3.8 days with an average of one game.

Nine players—including Fernandes, De Gea, and Marcus Rashford—have already clocked more than 40 games.

Although none of the parties involved would acknowledge it, tiredness seems to be set in due to United's unrelenting pace.

According to Sky Sports writer Dharmesh Sheth, Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Fábio Silva has yet to start out at Molineux.

Sheth doubts if the 20-year-old, who is presently on loan at PSV Eindhoven, still has a chance to succeed at his parent organisation.

The PSV manager, Ruud van Nistelrooy, has made it clear that the Dutch team will make an effort to retain Silva.

According to Van Nistelrooy, "You generally want to safeguard your best participants," according to De Telegraaf. "We're going to explore our options. Jarrad Branthwaite is in the same boat. He is an Everton loanee.

"Fabio has a deal with Wolves. You understand that they could be challenging sums for us, but they are excellent resources to work with. It's rewarding to see those men advance in their jobs.


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