Manchester United fans are a little weary of their FA Cup quarter-final opponent in Wolves despite just beating Chelsea rather convincingly.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side defeated the Blues at Stamford Bridge 2-0 for the first time since 2012.
The Frenchman was the provider for the Spaniard’s goal before turning into a goalscorer from the Englishman’s beautiful cross.
Solskjaer and his players have every right to feel they can march their way into the semi-finals but the supporters are a little more reserved than that.
Wolves away is probably the second toughest tie in that draw. Massive game. Looking forward to it already.
— Anna_MUFC🌻 (@mufc_anna) February 18, 2019
BREAKING: United have been drawn away to Wolves in the quarter finals of The FA Cup. Another difficult away game in the cup.
— The Man Utd Way (@TheManUtdWay) February 18, 2019
Wolves away in the next round. Tricky tie. Another away day. Come on Reds!
— Doc (@Doc_Joshi) February 18, 2019
Away to Wolves…what a Cup-tie! Reminds me of 1976 all over again! A real classic!
— The MUFC Academy 🐝 (@mrmujac) February 18, 2019
I’d be more bothered about Wolves at home. Think an away game will suit us as they’ll come out & play. Obviously they’re a good team, but fancy us to do them.
— United Religion (@Unitedology) February 18, 2019
Wolves away isn’t a cakewalk, but it’s not a Top 6 side. Still I’ll be confident in that tie of progressing to the Semi finals of the FA Cup. #mufc
— Hesham Bilal-Hafiz (@hesham786) February 18, 2019
Wolves have proven to be a brilliant side this season so it’s no surprise Manchester United fans are already a little concerned, especially since the fixture will be played away from home.
Having played Arsenal and Chelsea away in the FA Cup already, supporters were hoping for a home match before possibly heading off to Wembley.
Unfortunately that won’t be the case but should United win the tournament then they’ll hardly care about such matters.
Some fans believe a top four finish and a cup win should see Solskjaer win the permanent position as manager.