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Phil Jones Personal Highlights Show He's The Only Good Thing From Manchester United's Loss To Wolves

Ryan Sidle

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Phil Jones Personal Highlights Show He's The Only Good Thing From Manchester United's Loss To Wolves

Phil Jones returned to Premier League action on Monday night, and despite Manchester United's poor performance against Wolves, the defender played well.


Jones had previously last played for United in an FA Cup win over Tranmere in January 2019, scoring a goal in the game, and last appeared in the Premier League four days before that in a loss against Burnley.

He finally made his return on Monday, starting in the loss against Wolves, with Joao Moutinho scoring a late winner after a dreadful performance from United.

Whilst it was generally poor all round from United, Jones was one of the few bright spots for Ralf Rangnick's side, with the 29-year-old having his own personal highlights video.

Whilst Jones was having the kind of performance that would have delighted United fans, one of his fellow defenders was not given the same analysis.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka was criticised following the match and the right back has struggled to be a first choice starter under Rangnick, with Diogo Dalot preferred in the position.

Wan-Bissaka's fellow full back, Luke Shaw, gave as honest assessment of the team as possible after the match and it hinted at the problems at United.

The loss was the second time in three games that the side had dropped points, after the draw to Newcastle United, and left them 22 points behind rivals Manchester City.

Featured Image Credit: PA/Sky Sports

Topics: Manchester United, Premier League, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Phil Jones

Ryan Sidle
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