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PAUL POGBA was unable to take advantage of a golden opportunity against Wolves.

The Frenchman blew his chance from 12-yards as Rui Patricio denied him from the spot in the 1-1 draw at Molineux.

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  • MARCUS RASHFORD has scored more goals before his 22nd birthday than Raheem Sterling managed by the same age and the same amount as Cristiano Ronaldo.

    But the young forward's impressive stats pale in comparison to the staggering 93 goals Manchester United flop Romelu Lukaku bagged by the time he hit 22.

    Local lad Rashford doesn't turn 22 until October 31 but he has already notched 47 club goals in his career so far – equal to the amount Cristiano Ronaldo notched by the time he hit the same milestone.

    Club goals scored before turning 22:

    • Romelu Lukaku – 93
    • Wayne Rooney – 81
    • Lionel Messi – 80
    • Harry Kane – 52
    • Anthony Martial – 48
    • Marcus Rashford – 47
    • Cristiano Ronaldo – 47
    • Raheem Sterling – 39

    TYSON FURY was fuming at Paul Pogba's penalty miss – because it lost him a bet.

    Manchester United fan Fury was laid out watching his team in their Premier League clash with Wolves.

    Things were looking good for United as they went 1-0 up against Wolves thanks to Anthony Martial's fine strike.

    It even led to the Gypsy King shouting that “United are going to win the league”.

    Also in the room was boxing stablemate Issac Lowe – and the Gypsy King was pushed into a cheeky $5 bet.

    Lowe pressurised Fury into putting some cash on whether Pogba would score or miss.

    And it was Lowe left in hysterics as Pogba's effort was brilliantly saved by Rui Patricio, while Fury gave a wry smile to the camera.

    CHRISTIAN PULISIC rejected a move to Manchester United because of Jose Mourinho, according to his former coach.

    Robin Walker coached the American as a youngster at non-League side Brackley Town and made the stunning revelation.

    He told the Telegraph: “I'm a Chelsea fan, I grew up in London supporting them.

    “When I was in Dortmund last year, I told him that he had to come.

    'He wouldn't go to Manchester United because of Jose Mourinho.

    “His father couldn't stand Mourinho, because he didn't promote young players.”

    MANCHESTER UNITED released a statement earlier today revealing that they areworking hard to identify who racially abused Paul Pogba after the club's 1-1 draw with Wolves.

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