On the night, the Red Devils were fortunate to win 1-0.
United’s new goalkeeper was superb, controlling the box and making key stops to keep his club in the game.
Erik Ten Hag lauded Onana’s performance, saying, “He had very good saves, was very calm, and had a very good debut.”
“After the opponent touched the ball, he dived in, so it was the officials’ decision, and luckily for us, no penalty.”
“I think you can debate it, but I think no penalty.”
This remark alludes to a contentious point in the game during which Onana’s interference may have resulted in a penalty, but the officials opted against it.
Ten Hag also acknowledged the match’s difficulties and the caliber of the opposition, saying, “There is no easy game in the Premier League, and definitely not Wolves.”
“They’re a tough team, and we performed admirably.” Every game requires you to battle.”
His statements reflect the league’s competitive nature as well as the challenge offered by a determined Wolves team.
While thrilled with the victory, Ten Hag expressed dissatisfaction with the team’s overall performance, saying, “It can be better.” We can do better. But we’re satisfied with the victory because the opposition was lively.”
“We must match that. We have to work hard for our points.”