Mason Greenwood hit a late winner as Manchester United set a new record of unbeaten away matches in a 1-0 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers.
United made it 28 away league matches without defeat, the longest in English football league history, in a contest that Wolves largely dominated until Greenwood struck.
Wolves showed early intent as Trincao had a shot cleared from the line by Aaron Wan-Bissaka in the sixth minute.
And after Conor Coady headed over from Joao Moutinho’s cross on 23 minutes, Romain Saiss acrobatically volleyed wide.
On 69 minutes, David De Gea also made a brilliant double save to deny Saiss.
Greenwood scored with 10 minutes remaining when he cut in from the right and smashed a shot which squirmed in under Jose Sa.
Man Utd move up to third with seven points, two behind leaders Spurs, while a third straight 1-0 defeat for Wolves leaves them in 18th.