Manchester United player ratings: Bruno Fernandes and Mason Greenwood good vs Everton

David de Gea

Poor goalkeeping gave Everton a lifeline as he palmed straight to Doucore. Olsen’s subsequent error would have made the Spaniard feel a whole lot better about his own miscalculation., but he was far too weak for Everton’s late equaliser. 4

Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Caught out on more than one occasion as United tried to play the offside trap. Improved offensively but not his finest defensive showing. 5

Harry Maguire

Shaky moments as Everton scored twice in just over three minutes. He dealt well with Calvert-Lewin for large periods but couldn’t command the situation in vital moments. 5

Victor Lindelof

His partnership with Maguire doesn’t breed confidence despite the fact he nullified the threat of Richarlison for large spells. 5

Luke Shaw

Third assist in the week gave United their third. He is vital to Solskjaer’s side in attacking transition and his consistency is impressive. 7

Scott McTominay

Sharp in all areas and his passing was progressive. Jumped well to head in sixth goal of season though Olsen’s efforts left a lot to be desired. 7

Paul Pogba

His disconsolate walk down the tunnel was concerning and United lost their midfield dominance in periods without him after the break. 5

Bruno Fernandes

It’s no longer irreverent to compare his impact to that of Eric Cantona and his goal resembled the nonchalant work of ‘The King’. Linked well with each of United’s front three. 7

Marcus Rashford

Maligned by some for final delivery but that wasn’t a problem when Cavani obliged for the opener. He should have restored United’s advantage but wasn’t clinical with a left-footed dink. 6

Mason Greenwood

Excelled on the right flank and he is starting to make that position his own. Goals are not coming as regularly as they did last season but his overall improvement in play should not go unnoticed. 8

Edinson Cavani

Third goal this season against Everton was preceded by great movement. He is United’s focal point and his work-rate on and off the ball has to be admired. 7



Poor upon his arrival as United lost control and surrendered their lead early after the break. Improved as United gained more control after McTominay’s header. 5

Axel Tuanzebe

Booked. N/A

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    1. You are right. Should have been more attacking powers than defending. Also the defense including goalkeeper are just a horror to fans. Needs some change in transfer. Whole team has no zeal to win trophy like man city.

  1. you’ve got matic and van beek on the bench, and fred was brought in instead???
    de gea probably cost united any hope of a title. always thought it would have been a better move to keep romero and off load de gea. off-loaded fred as well if there is any offer.

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