Manchester United new-man Bruno Fernandes was in action as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side struggled to a goalless draw against Wolves at Old Trafford on Saturday.
Fernandes, who arrived from Sporting CP on Thursday in a deal that could be worth €80 million, started in the 0-0 draw and had a quiet game, although the midfielder did test the Wolves goal on a few occasions.
United’s winless streak in the league has extended to three games, with the side not managing a win since beating bottom-of-the-table Norwich earlier this month.
Wolves winger Adama Traore should have hit the target midway through a quiet first half following a well-worked move, but the Spaniard dragged his shot wide.
Fernandes fired a powerful shot at the goal from the edge of the box on 40 minutes, in what was perhaps United’s best chance of the first half, but he could only manage to find goalkeeper Rui Patricio‘s gloves.
Fernandes went closer again with a free kick shortly before the hour mark, forcing an uncomfortable save from Patricio.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo was shown his second yellow card of the season for complaining to fourth official Chris Kavanagh.
The result means United are unable to take back fifth place, following Sheffield United’s 1-0 win earlier on Saturday.