Maino settled the drama in extra time:
United looked all but certain to win, but 18-year-old Kobe Maino scored seven minutes from time.
– It's a dream for me. This is a very difficult arena to get to. We simply had to win today…I don't think I'm at that level yet. It still feels like a dream to be honest, a very happy match-winner explained to TNT Sports after the match.
The 18-year-old then decided on a crazy drama at Molineux that included seven goals, extra-time drama and an important, priceless score scored away by 18-year-old Maino in extra time.
United led 2-0 at half-time, but they could easily have led by 6 and 7-0 at half-time, and that really shouldn't be taken too seriously. Also two grades cancelled.
When United failed to break the deadlock, Wolves received a cheap penalty kick. Soon after, substitute Scott McTominay made it 3-1 and United looked to be in control again. Two late goals for the home side, one of them in stoppage time, looked set to earn United a bad point.
But then Maino danced his way through the Wolves defense seven minutes into stoppage time and calmly slotted the ball home.
Then the away section exploded at Molineux and this time there was no way back for the home team.
– Playing in the English Premier League for my favorite team was great. Now we have to focus on winning more matches, Maino smiles.
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