posted on Jan, 17 2004 @ 09:47 AM
Kenny Miller gave Wolves the shock result of the Premiership season to dent Manchester United's title hopes.
Miller's measured second-half finish stunned the champions and revived Wolves' hopes of avoiding relegation.
Sir Alex Ferguson's side dominated possession, but Miller raced clear to score in the 66th minute. United, who lost injured Rio Ferdinand as he starts
an eight-month ban, were also fortunate when veteran former midfield man Paul Ince struck a post. Wolves boss Dave Jones will hope he result can
ignite a revival from a side many have already written off as doomed to relegation. But for United it was a desperate result and gives fresh hope to
the chasing title pack.
This is the worse result for Man U.