Wrexham secured a 3-1 victory over 10-man Manchester United, but the win was marred by an injury to Paul Mullin. The League Two club’s talisman sustained a punctured lung in a collision with United goalkeeper Nathan Bishop. Wrexham manager Phil Parkinson criticized Bishop’s “reckless” challenge and warned him to “steer clear” of the team. Goals from Elliot Lee, Aaron Hayden, and Sam Dalby sealed Wrexham’s victory, while Marc Jurado scored for United. Despite the absence of co-owner Ryan Reynolds, Wrexham co-owner Rob McElhenney was present to witness the memorable win. The game also featured experienced players like Jonny Evans for United. Mullin, who scored 46 goals last season, will miss the start of the new campaign due to his injury. Bishop apologized to Mullin on Twitter, expressing that there was no malicious intent behind the incident. Dan Gore of United was sent off after a tackle on Andy Cannon, and Dalby scored Wrexham’s third goal.