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Manchester United player ratings vs West Ham: Scott McTominay sends Reds to FA Cup quarter-finals

Dean Henderson

Little to do but his limited work was done well. Should be the start of a regular run of games for the England international. 6

Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Nearly scored comical own goal and beaten by Tomáš Souček on the flank. Substituted as Brandon Williams was given a rare run out in extra time. 5

Harry Maguire

Despite the clean sheet over 120 minutes, Maguire’s partnership with Lindelof does not breed confidence. He was beaten on occasion and loose in possession. 6

Victor Lindelof

Header from Telles’ corner was brilliantly saved by Fabianski. Provided solid enough base against unambitious Hammers. 6

Alex Telles

Close to assisting Martial and Lindelof but his attacking influence diminished after the break. 6

Nemanja Matic

Defensively minded pivot of Matic and Fred was not essential against stubborn opposition and United suffered from lack of extra creative presence for large periods. He offered good protection for back four but United lacked pace in transition. 5

Fred

Distinct lack of penetration from deep and the Brazilian seldom found Van de Beek or his three forwards in space. Must practice shooting from range or resort to alternatives. 4

Donny van de Beek

Ineffective and unsurprisingly substituted. Could have dropped deeper and demanded possession more but his influence cannot be compared to Fernandes in same role. 4

Marcus Rashford

Plenty of dangerous runs ended in the forward being upended. His left-footed shot was United’s best chance in normal time. Lovely lay-off for McTominay’s goal. 5

Mason Greenwood

Bright and displayed best moment of quality in first-half with silky skill. Influence wained in the second-half but unfortunate to be brought off while Rashford was left on. 6

Anthony Martial

Showed bravery with defensive header but does not possess the same nous and pressing ability leading the line as Edinson Cavani. 5

Substitutes

Bruno Fernandes

Urgency increased upon the Portuguese’s inevitable arrival. 6

Scott McTominay

Classy finish for his seventh goal of the season. 7

Edinson Cavani

Good movement and work rate but a chance didn’t fall. 6

Luke Shaw

Provided predictable stability. 6

Brandon Williams

Arrival afforded Wan-Bissaka a rest and made a great tackle at the death. 6

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One response to “Manchester United player ratings vs West Ham: Scott McTominay sends Reds to FA Cup quarter-finals”

  1. Philips says:

    Good display from the team,but what happen to jaun mata not even making bench, he mata is a good player,let the start playing him matches. The new boy make bench but was not introduce.please lets give some players opporuntities to show case themselves.