MANCHESTER UNITED missed the chance to go top of the Premier League thanks to Paul Pogba's penalty miss.
The Frenchman stepped up after being tripped by Conor Coady but could not get the better of Rui Patricio from 12 yards.
4 Paul Pogba missed a penalty as Manchester United missed the chance to go top of the Premier LeagueCredit: Reuters
Earlier, his compatriot Anthony Martial bagged his 50th goal for the Red Devils in the first half, smashing home to seal a fine attacking move.
But it was yet another wondergoal from Ruben Neves that ensured the points were shared, curling a spectacular effort off the underside of the bar.
Here's how Joshua Jones rated and slated Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men…
DAVID DE GEA – 6
Beaten all ends up by Raul Jiminez's brilliant header and then reacted just in time to ensure the rebound didn't bounce off him and go in.
Then seconds later had absolutely no chance of stopping Ruben Neves' strike. Wasn't tested other than that.
AARON WAN-BISSAKA – 7
The new signing has certainly got the defensive qualities to be a top-class right-back. But is yet to show too much in terms of a threat going forward.
A few moments, especially early on, where he would get into good positions but – partly due to isolation – failed to make the most of them.
Will avoid shooting anytime soon after his wild strike flew into Row Z. Harshly booked for handball despite ball hitting his shoulder.
VICTOR LINDELOF – 6
Enjoyed the simplest of first halves, comfortably knocking the ball around.
Did waste a free-kick by pinging it straight over everyone.
HARRY MAGUIRE – 5
Like partner Lindelof, was under no pressure in the opening 45 minutes.
But it was his foul on Adama Traore that sparked a bonkers few minutes which saw the hosts hit the post and then equalise.
Almost gifted Wolves a late winner with an under-hit backpass, but De Gea cleared.
4 Harry Maguire was put under plenty of pressure in the second half and almost gifted away a goalCredit: Reuters
LUKE SHAW – 7
Got up and down the left side well and is arguably playing his best football in a United shirt.
Would not have been too happy to see Traore coming on at the break. Played a part in the United opener with some good passing.
PAUL POGBA – 4
Again deployed in a deeper sitting role alongside Scott McTominay and hardly involved.
That was until he burst through after a neat one-two in the box and went down under Conor Coady's dangling leg.
But Pogba controversially stepped up – rather than Marcus Rashford, who scored a penalty against Chelsea – and saw his penalty saved at a 'comfortable height' for Patricio. Epitomised his performance – underwhelming.
SCOTT McTOMINAY – 8
Another astute game from McTominay who is fast becoming one of Solskjaer's key players.
His physicality in the middle adds an extra dimension, especially in the absence of Nemanja Matic. A wise, calm head and surely a mainstay for years to come.
DANIEL JAMES – 7
Went down early and felt the full wrath of the Molineux faithful. Then booked for diving midway through first half for throwing himself to the ground despite no contact.
Caused an attacking threat throughout due to his electric pace but needs to cut the simulation out of his game as soon as possible or he will earn a bad reputation.