Wolves started with an unchanged eleven and an all too familiar 4-5-1 formation and it was Wolves who had an early chance when Doyle went on a run from halfway and after a one-two with Jarvis he saw his effort go just wide of the post. Darron Gibson was the only United player to threaten the Wolves goal and the Irishman's efforts were more typical of a tourist at a seaside shooting gallery, peppering his shots everywhere without getting close to winning a prize. Gibson's best effort was the shot he prodded wide after a poor Nani free-kick had bounced into his path off Berbatov. It was Wolves, though, who carried the greater threat and managed to prevent Man Utd’s midfield from playing the free flowing football which demolishes teams. Former Red Devil David Jones was set up by Matt Jarvis following a forceful run from the excellent Kevin Doyle and might have tested Edwin van der Sar had it not been for Michael Carrick's saving tackle. Stephen Ward had the golden opportunity though. Jarvis was again the provider, after darting down the right on the overlap. His deep cross found Ward completely unmarked and he only had to beat Van der Sar to score but he nodded tamely straight at the veteran Dutchman. The introduction of Gary Neville at the break might not have been an obvious attacking move but the experienced full-back helped his side get a measure of control for the first time. Patrice Evra and Michael Carrick both had chances and Jody Craddock also needed to act fast to rob Berbatov after Wolves had got their offside trap all wrong as they attempted to defend a Carrick cross. It was not entirely a one-sided contest. Jarvis flashed a shot wide after cutting in from the left flank and Nemanja Vidic was booked for chopping down Karl Henry. And when Craddock stabbed Nani's low cross straight to Scholes he side stepped Bera’s lunges and coolly slotted the ball into the bottom corner, which was a landmark 100 Premier League goals for the United midfielder. Wolves still huffed and puffed but without creating any clear cut chances, until the dying minutes when Zubar managed to put the ball across the United box and it fell to Vokes just six yards out and square on goal he somehow blazed his shot over the bar! A minute or so after that Vokes again had an opportunity when he flashed a header just wide of Van der Sar’s post. We will only get one or two clear cut chances against most Premier teams and if we don’t put these away then I’m afraid the same results will ensue as this one!