Wolverhampton Wanderers comfortably beat Manchester United 2-1 for the second time in three weeks at Molineux on Tuesday evening, thanks to an own goal from Chris Smalling, after Ashley Young saw red.

United took the lead early on through Scott McTominay’s first goal for the club, a low-driven shot which Rui Patricio failed to keep out.

United looked at ease at this point, with Fred and McTominay in the centre, controlling things well.

However, it did not take long for Wolves to get back in the game with Diogo Jota netting against United, just as he did in the FA Cup 17 days earlier.

Jota’s goal seemed to lift Nuno Espirito Santo’s men and the home side quickly became the dominant team from there on out.

From Wolves’ equaliser, United looked slow, weak and tired and the game was eventually won by the home side through a calamitous own goal from Smalling, which quite fittingly summed up United’s night.

Ole Gunnar Solskajer has now lost twice at Molineux, and it seems like his magical start is fading away. Here is what we learned from the game.