Player Ratings: Celta Vigo 0-1 Manchester United – Outstanding Rashford

Sergio Romero – Made a great save via a deflected shot at 0-0. Commanded his area well. 6/10

Antonio Valencia – Captain on the night and he led by example. In typical fashion, he buccaneered up and down the right flank all game. 7/10

Eric Bailly – Nice to see him on the field, particularly after an injury scare at the weekend. Did well. 6/10

Daley Blind – As we say time and time again, he isn’t built like a defender, but he has the brain to play anywhere on the field. 6/10

Matteo Darmian – Came in as a left-back and did well in that position. Not for the first time this season, either. 5/10

Marouane Fellaini – Picked up an early booking and was on a tightrope from that point forward. Didn’t really have an impact on the game. 5/10

Paul Pogba – Absolutely bossed the game. Played the right passes, made intelligent runs and got his team moving in the right direction. 7/10

Ander Herrera – His usual, busy self. Played some nice balls into feet and wasn’t afraid to carry it forward when necessary. 6/10

Jesse Lingard – In typical Lingard fashion, he worked hard throughout and made runs allowing extra space for his teammates. Should have scored in the first half though. 5/10

Henrikh Mkhitaryan – Lively without really threatening. He looked like he could spark something into life, but that cutting edge was missing. 5/10

Marcus Rashford – What an outstandingly gifted individual. His free-kick was just amazing, and as per usual, he kept running throughout the game and more than deserved his goal. 8/10

Subs:

Ashley Young – Came on as a sub. Taken off with what looked like a hamstring injury shortly after.

Anthony Martial – Didn’t really get into the game.

Chris Smalling – Nice to see him back. Not enough time to mark.

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