Player Ratings: Man United 1-1 Arsenal (Premier League, 2019)

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David de Gea – Made an excellent double save towards the end of the first half. Controlled his penalty area well. 6/10

Ashley Young – He was ok, but somewhat predictable when going forward. Hopefully, Aaron Wan-Bissaka isn’t out injured for too long. 5/10

Victor Lindelof – Looked shaky in possession at times. I’d like to see him drive forward with the ball more. 4/10

Harry Maguire – Saw a cracking effort saved by Leno. Played his man onside for the Arsenal leveller. A real mixed bag. 4/10

Axel Tuanzebe – Promising, particularly for a young kid playing out of position in his first Premier League start for United this season. His costly cross-field ball marred an excellent night. 5/10

Scott McTominay – Easily United’s best player. He kept things ticking over nicely but did a solid job. Won tackles, made interceptions and scored an absolute corker to give his team the lead. 8/10

Paul Pogba – Sat too deep which minimises his effectiveness. There’s no in-between with him. Sometimes he’s super, others he’s poor. Tonight was a bit of both, but mostly the latter… 4/10

Jesse Lingard – Didn’t get involved in the play anywhere near enough for someone expected to create openings and carve out chances. 3/10

Andreas Pereira – One of his better outings. Showed some bursting runs forward that threatened the Arsenal defence. 5/10

Daniel James – United’s biggest threat due to his sheer pace. This lad has potential to go an awfully long way in this game. 6/10

Marcus Rashford – Looked exhausted, injured and low on confidence. We need Anthony Marial back to give Rashford a rest. 3/10

Subs:

Fred – Looked lively when he came on.

Mason Greenwood – Didn’t really get into the game.


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