Stats talk: Man United defeat at Wolves marks a new low in history
The loss at Wolves marked Manchester United's back-to-back losses under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Solskjaer saw his side slump to a 2-0 league loss to Arsenal before the 2-1 loss in the FA Cup at Molineaux and that means the Norwegian has tasted defeat in the three competitions including the 2-0 loss against PSG at Old Trafford. The Molineaux meeting saw both sides record new stats and for Wolves, they have registered positive records in their history.
- Wolves are just the third side to eliminate both Liverpool and Manchester United in the same FA Cup campaign, after Everton in 2008-09 and Wolves themselves in 1948-49.
- Wolves have won three consecutive Cup games for the first time since February 2003.
- Eight of Marcus Rashford's 12 goals in all competitions for Manchester United this season have come since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took charge of the club.
- Each of Wolves' last six goals in all competitions have been scored by either Raul Jimenez (4) or Diogo Jota (2).
- Raul Jimenez has scored 15 goals in all competitions this season, at least nine more than any other Wolves player.
- This is the 100th meeting between Wolves and Man Utd in all competitions. Their last encounter at Molineux came in March 2012 in the Premier League, a 5-0 victory for United.
- Wolves have reached their 15th FA Cup semi-final and their first since 1997-98. They have been eliminated in each of their last four semi-final appearances.
- United have lost back-to-back games for the first time under Solskjaer, last doing so in December 2018 in Mourinho's last two matches in charge.
- Wolves have won six of their last seven home matches across all competitions (D1), as many as their previous 16 before this (W6 D5 L5).
- United have lost a FA Cup clash with Wolves for the first time since January 1973, and for the first time in their four such meetings at the quarter-final stage.