The former Real Madrid man was handed his debut against Wolverhampton yesterday with him managing to record a fine assist
Varane is now getting to know what the Premier League is like after getting full time minutes against Wolves on Sunday.
Manchester United managed to find the only goal of the game after slumping to early pressure from the Wanderers.
Starting the game, Wolves had been in more control and it sadly for United remained so until the end of the first 45 minutes.
Although, the second half started in similar way but United managed to come off the pressure and gain control but not an easy one with Wolves looking to stop United from ending their long term record.
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Wolves until yesterday haven’t lost consecutively at home to United and also the victory against them saw United become the side with more away unbeaten runs in the Premier League.
Mason Greenwood made this happen with his brilliance, quick foot works and super fine finish after receiving pass from Raphael Varane.
But for Varane, the game isn’t like he used to see in the La Liga were he has spent years playing for Real Madrid.
Speaking about the Premier League, Varane told MUTV; “Attack, attack, counter-attack, it’s very fast!”
“The atmosphere is fantastic and the game was very fast, you have a lot of action during the game. You have to be focused and concentrated because it never stops.”
Varane will hope to have his former teammate, Cristiano Ronaldo during United’s next encounter as they prepare to take on Newcastle United on home ground.