Anthony Elanga and Juan Mata scored the goals as Manchester United ended their Premier League campaign unbeaten away with a win at Wolves.
Manchester City needed to display resilience and a fighting spirit to equal a club record 28 games without defeat following a hard-earned home win against Wolves.
An injury-time goal from Marcus Rashford beat Wolves and lifted Manchester United to second place in the Premier League.
Aston Villa’s 10 men snatched an unlikely win at Wolves thanks to a stoppage time penalty from substitute Anwar El Ghazi.
Kevin De Bruyne, Phil Foden, and Gabriel Jesus scored to help Manchester City beat Wolves in a record breaking Premier League weekend.