Man Utd player ratings during 3-2 win over Brighton (Premier League away, 2020)

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David de Gea – Pretty quiet for the most part. Made a smart save late on to deny Maupay. 6/10

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Not his finest hour. He kept tucking in way too deep and Solly March took full advantage of it in injury time. The Brighton man probably could have had a hat-trick. 2/10

Victor Lindelof – Pretty solid. Made some key blocks and interceptions. Won plenty of headers too. 6/10

Harry Maguire – Played his part in United’s first and third goals. Did his defensive duties well too. 7/10

Luke Shaw – Bombed up and down the flank all-game long. Was good defensively. 6/10

Nemanja Matic – Arguably United’s best midfielder. Mopped up well.

Paul Pogba – Gave the ball away far too cheaply and sloppily. Rightfully hooked on the hour. 3/10

Bruno Fernandes – Actually had a woeful first 30 minutes and gave away a penalty, but ended the game with a match-winning goal and assist. Everything he touches turns to gold. 7/10

Mason Greenwood – Looked bright in some moments, but rusty in others. It’s easy to forget he’s still so young and still a work in progress. Had a goal ruled out for offside. 4/10

Marcus Rashford – United’s best attacker. Scored a lovely goal to give us an early second-half lead. 6/10

Anthony Martial – Quiet. Didn’t get involved anywhere near enough. 3/10

Subs:

Fred – Did alright.

Eric Bailly – Brought on to secure the result. It didn’t go to plan, but we got there in the end…

Donny van de Beek – Some nice touches.

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