David de Gea – Quiet. Didn’t really have any saves to make, and credit has to go to United’s defence for that. 6/10
Victor Lindelof – He’s not naturally a right-back but he did ok. 5/10
Phil Jones – Had a couple of shaky moments, but for the most part, he defended well. 6/10
Marcos Rojo – Made an excellent last-ditch block to deny Everton in the first-half. 6/10
Luke Shaw – The young left-back is improving with each passing game. He was a joy to watch again, both in an attacking and defensive sense. 6/10
Nemanja Matic – Played like a tired midfielder. He could certainly do with a rest. 5/10
Ander Herrera – Brought energy to the midfield. He still needs to improve when it comes to the final ball though. 5/10
Paul Pogba – Comfortably the best player on the pitch. He bossed it, particularly in the second-half. 8/10
Juan Mata – Played some excellent passes and was involved in some nice build-up play. 6/10
Jesse Lingard – Scored another wonderful goal to keep up a brilliant patch of form for the Englishman. He makes some intelligent runs, too, which spread defences. 7/10
Anthony Martial – Had a quiet first 45 but he was sublime in the second-half. His goal was simply sensational and it set United on their way. 7/10
Marcus Rashford – Brought on to stretch the game.
Daley Blind – Not enough time to mark.