LONDON — Park Ji-sung scored during stoppage time for his second goal of the game and Manchester United beat Wolverhampton 2-1 on Saturday for its third consecutive Premier League victory.
It was midfielder Park's first goals of the league season. The South Korean's opener against American goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann was canceled out by Sylvan Ebanks-Blake in the 66th minute.
United is now two points behind Chelsea ahead of the leaders' match against Liverpool on Sunday.
Tottenham lost 4-2 at Bolton, failing to build on Tuesday's impressive 3-1 victory against Inter Milan.
Also Saturday, Blackburn beat Wigan 2-1, Sunderland defeated Stoke 2-0 and Aston Villa was held 1-1 at Fulham. There were 2-2 draws between Birmingham and West Ham, and Blackpool and Everton.
Alex Ferguson's 24th anniversary as United manager started badly when Owen Hargreaves limped off just five minutes into his first start in more than two years with an apparent hamstring injury.
The gloom was lifted before halftime when Darren Fletcher cut in from the left before splitting the Wolves defense with a pass that allowed Park to put United ahead.
Ebanks-Blake responded with a drive through the legs of goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar, tying it 1.
Park restored United's lead in the third minute of stoppage time, cutting inside the penalty area from the right wing and driving his shot past Hahnemann at the near post.
Ferguson said several players were feeling ill after a midweek Champions League trip to Turkey.
At Bolton, Kevin Davies had two goals and Gretar Rafn Steinsson and Martin Petrov also scored, delighting the home crowd.
Alan Hutton and Roman Pavlyuchenko scored for Tottenham, cutting the deficit to 3-2, but substitute Petrov responded injury time as Gareth Bale failed to reproduce the impressive form he showed against Inter.
West Ham remains rooted to the bottom of the standings — two behind Wolverhampton.
The Hammers built a 2-0 lead at Birmingham, courtesy of Frederic Piquionne and Valon Behrami. But Cameron Jerome quickly cut the lead in half and Liam Ridgewell equalized.
Blackburn hauled itself out of the relegation zone at Wigan's expense. Jason Roberts beat the offside trap to divert Brett Emerton's right-wing cross into the net and add to Morten Gamst Pedersen's free kick opener. Charles N'Zogbia scored for Wigan.
Asamoah Gyan supplied the offense for Sunderland. Stoke had captain Ryan Shawcross sent off.
Aston Villa is only two points clear of the bottom three after being denied a victory at Fulham by Houston-born Norway defender Brede Hangeland's stoppage time equalizer against American goalkeeper Brad Friedel. Marc Albrighton had given Villa the lead in the 42nd.
Blackpool twice threw away the lead within moments of scoring against Everton's U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard.
Neil Eardley celebrated his 22nd birthday by scoring on a free kick after 10 minutes, but Tim Cahill leveled just three minutes later with a powerful header.
David Vaughan restored Blackpool's advantage three minutes after halftime, but Blackpool goalkeeper Matt Gilks allowed Seamus Coleman's shot to squirm underneath him two minutes later. ___
MADRID — Manuel Pellegrini's coaching tenure at Malaga got off to a rocky start with a 1-0 defeat at Espanyol in the Spanish league on Saturday.
While Pellegrini — hired only on Thursday — was not on the sidelines, B team coach Rafael Gil couldn't keep Malaga's winless streak from stretching to six league games when Javi Marquez scored 60 seconds into the match with a shot from nearly 35 meters (yard) out.
Espanyol improved to 5-0 this season at its Cornella-El Prat Stadium to move into fourth with 18 points. Malaga stayed 18th with seven points.
Earlier, Joseba Llorente scored in a third straight game as surging Real Sociedad beat Racing Santander 1-0.
Xabi Prieto weighted a perfectly lofted pass into the area for Llorente in the seventh minute and the Basque striker beat goalkeeper Antonio Rodriguez.
Sociedad's third win in four games lifted it to 16 points. Santander stayed on 10 points.
Real Madrid leads with 23 points, Barcelona is second with 22 and Villarreal has 20. ___
FRANKFURT, Germany — Philipp Lahm scored to salvage a 3-3 draw for struggling Bayern Munich against last-place Borussia Moenchengladbach in the Bundesliga, and Eintracht Frankfurt climbed to third with a 3-1 win over Wolfsburg.
Bayern was up 2-1 at halftime despite striking the framework three times, including a penalty by Bastian Schweinsteiger just before the break. Gladbach scored two goals within four minutes to take the lead, but Lahm slotted in the equalizer in the 84th minute.
Fanis Gekas scored twice for Frankfurt, which is undefeated in the last six games and has 19 points
With Mainz and Hoffenheim both losing, Bayern missed a chance to jump up the standings. Bayern is ninth in the league with 16 points from 11 rounds.
Second-place Mainz fell 1-0 at Freiburg for its fourth loss in five games, including the German Cup defeat at second division Alemannia Aachen.
Hoffenheim is fourth with 18 points after losing 2-1 at fifth-place Hamburg. Nuremberg also has 18 points after a 3-1 win at home over Cologne. ___
GLASGOW, Scotland — Celtic routed Aberdeen 9-0 to keep the pressure on defending champion Rangers in the Scottish Premier League.
Gary Hooper and Anthony Stokes had hat tricks, and the other goals went to Joe Ledley, Paddy McCourt and an own-goal by Josh Magennis.
Both teams had a player sent off. Aberdeen captain Paul Hartley was dismissed in the 26th minute, while Celtic's Thomas Rogne went just before halftime.
Celtic went two points ahead of Rangers, which plays St. Mirren on Sunday. ___
MILAN — Marco Di Vaio scored in the 84th minute then set up another goal a minute later to lead Bologna to a 2-0 win over Lecce in the Serie A.
The victory moved Bologna out of a tie for last place in the Italian league.
Di Vaio connected on a header at Bologna's Dall'Ara Stadium, then provided a perfect cross for Uruguayan forward Henry Gimenez in the 85th.
European champion Inter Milan hosted Brescia later.