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Man United player ratings vs West Ham: Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw shine as Reds go second

Dean Henderson

Recovered well after a nervy moment. Error in midweek would have played on Henderson’s mind but he was tidy with his work. 7

Aaron Wan-Bissaka

More ambitious than usual going forward and virtually untroubled defensively as opposition floundered for large periods. 7

Harry Maguire

Picked up knock in face from Antonio but then put in one of his most accomplished defensive efforts, including crucial block on Bowen. 8

Victor Lindelof

Watched isolated Antonio comfortably before the break and challenge intensified when West Ham decided to play. 7

Luke Shaw

Shaw is now the complete left-back and one of United’s most prominent creators. He barely put a foot wrong at either end. 8

Fred

United’s midfield lacked quality in first-half as Pogba’s absence again came to mind. Fred was untidy on the ball and rarely thrives against low-blocks. 5

Scott McTominay

Regularly picked up advanced position as United looked to find breakthrough but he was lacking guile. Remained positive and forced Dawson own goal for three points. 7

Bruno Fernandes

Superb delivery forced United’s opener. Bright and looked dangerous around a congested West Ham box. Fierce strike was well saved by Fabianski. 7

Daniel James

Squandered great counter-attacking opportunity with meagre pass to Fernandes. Perhaps should have been brought off for Amad.  5

Marcus Rashford

Inexcusable miss in first-half and didn’t look to have fully shaken off injury. Made some promising runs but couldn’t provide decisive moment. 5

Mason Greenwood

Quality cross to Rashford warranted an assist and unlucky to strike post twice. Impressive leading the line and deserved a goal. 7

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One response to “Man United player ratings vs West Ham: Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw shine as Reds go second”

  1. Stephen John Kershaw says:

    Bit of a insipid display in the end but 3 points gained,West Bore” came for a draw a usual and in the 1st half played Anti-Football!”as they do at O.T.FRED and JAMES ran about as usual to no avail.Mason looked interested for a change and Hendo looked bored TBH,the Big Mac goal was going in, only to be helped by a Eel Muncher of limited talent.Gaz gave MOTM to Luke who is proving to be a great talent,3 points and 2nd place behind Moss sides finest,AC next shipmates !