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

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David de Gea – Could have done better for the goal. He was rather weak and you’d like to see United’s number one command his area more. 5/10

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Comfortably United’s best. Put in a quality tackle on Richarlison and tried to get forward where possible. 7/10

Victor Lindelof – Scored a typically clumsy own goal after an excellent start. He continues to bring nervousness to the whole defence. 4/10

Harry Maguire – I guess he was ok. I’d personally like to see more leadership from him, but for the most part, Maguire was solid. 5/10

Luke Shaw – You could see he hasn’t played too much football over the last few months. Was fairly solid but I’d like to see more from him in the final third. 5/10

Scott McTominay – Not his finest outing. Pretty quiet and struggled to take control of the midfield battle. 4/10

Fred – So the old Fred is back, huh? Sloppy, despite working hard for the cause. 4/10

Daniel James – You’d think he’d have a field day against Leighton Baines due to his blistering pace, but struggled. 4/10

Jesse Lingard – Drifted in and out of the game but was mostly pretty quiet. Substituted. 4/10

Marcus Rashford – Had one half-chance in the first 45 but that was about it. Not his day. 4/10

Anthony Martial – Ex-Red Michael Keane and Yerry Mina kept him quiet for the most part. We need to see more from him. 4/10


Mason Greenwood – Changed the game and drew United level. Continues to impress.

Juan Mata – Didn’t really do much.

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