Player Ratings: Man United 1-0 Inter Milan (tour 2019)

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David de Gea – Really didn’t have all-too-much to do for the most part. He came and collected a few crosses but that’s about it. 6/10

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – The Spider is my early pick to win United’s 2019/20 POTY award. He’s an absolute brick-wall. Don’t bother trying to beat him in the one-on-one situation. 8/10

Axel Tuanzebe – Handled himself rather well. Looked strong and tough in the tackle and like Lindelof, was composed in possession. 6/10

Victor Lindelof – Outstanding. Defended excellently and tried to play the ball forward at every opportunity. Hopefully his injury isn’t too serious… 7/10

Luke Shaw – Defended well and bombed forward where possible. Even had a go from 30-yards out that went fairly close… 6/10

Nemanja Matic – Probably the weak link. His passing was somewhat sloppy and he looked a little slow at times. 4/10

Paul Pogba – Was really enjoying himself out there. You get the feeling with the ideal partner alongside him, he’d flourish in Ole’s system. 6/10

Jesse Lingard – As you’d expect he put a real shift in from the first minute till last. Probably United’s best presser in the first 45. Great to see. 6/10

Marcus Rashford – Worked hard, put Inter’s defenders under enormous pressure. Had a couple of half-chances. It was all very positive. 7/10

Daniel James – Pressed excellently but you’d like to see more composure in front of goal. Once again, his pace was frightening. 6/10

Anthony Martial – Started through the middle and looked lively. Was probably dropping a little too deep on occasion. 5/10


Sergio Romero – Like De Gea, he didn’t really have all that much to do. 5/10

Phil Jones – Looked pretty good once again. Showed an excellent turn of pace to thwart an Inter attack. 6/10

Ashley Young – Played some nice balls forward but defensively, you do worry. 5/10

Diogo Dalot – Tried to get forward wherever possible. The Wan-Bissaka/Dalot right-back tandem is massively promising. 6/10

Eric Bailly – Solid. Cool, and calm with the ball at his feet. What more can you ask for? 6/10

Scott McTominay – Pretty quiet, but for me, that means he’s doing his job well. 6/10

Fred – You can see he wants to get on the ball and make things happen. Don’t give up on Fred just yet… 6/10

Andreas Pereira – Kept things ticking over nicely as he orchestrated the press brilliantly. 6/10

Tahith Chong – Amid all the Greenwood hype, don’t forget about Chong’s insane talent. His skill, trickery and crossing ability is just ridiculous. I hope the injury isn’t too serious. 7/10

Mason Greenwood – Wow. I’m running out of superlatives to talk about Greenwood already. He took his goal ridiculously coolly for a 17-year-old. He will feature in the first-team heavily this season, and rightly so. Unfortunate to not have a second goal, too. 8/10

Juan Mata – Lacks that killer pace but the on-ball intelligence is there for all to see. 6/10

Angel Gomes – Not enough time to mark.

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