2016/17 Player Ratings: Manchester United 0-0 Hull City – Woeful Paul Pogba

David de Gea – Was a bystander in the game right until the death, when Hull City struck the post and left the keeper helpless. 5/10

Antonio Valencia – Nice to see him back involved, he literally had no defending to do. His final ball wasn’t great, though. 4/10

Phil Jones – United’s best player by a mile. Didn’t give the Hull attackers a sniff, but sadly was subbed off due to injury. 7/10

Marcos Rojo – Solid defensively, but he certainly needs to work on his passing game. 5/10

Daley Blind – You just don’t get much production out of him in an offensive sense. Had an average evening. 5/10

Michael Carrick – Hooked at half-time, and rightfully so. Got bullied by Tom Huddlestone. 4/10

Ander Herrera – Was his usual busy self, but the quality was really lacking today. 4/10

Paul Pogba – Just awful. Struggled to find a teammate in the first half, and I lost track of how many times he coughed the ball up easily. 2.5/10

Henrikh Mkhitaryan – Looked sharp, and was involved in some nice passing moves, but drifted in and out of the match far too often. 5/10

Marcus Rashford – Didn’t really have a go at his man as often as you’d probably like him to. 5/10

Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Probably his poorest game in a United shirt. Struggled to hold up the ball, and even took a dive as the game wore on. 4/10


Wayne Rooney – Not great. You want him to drive the team forward, but he just doesn’t have the quality to do that anymore.

Chris Smalling – Was second to every ball, whereas Jones was on top of everything.

Juan Mata – Came on and missed a golden chance to secure the win.

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