Player Ratings: MK Dons 4-0 Manchester United

David de Gea – Conceded four goals, but you find it hard to blame David. If we’re being picky, he could’ve organised his defence better. 4/10

Michael Keane – United’s best defender on the night. Looked composed on the ball but wasn’t helped by his teammates. 4/10

Jonny Evans – One of the worst United performances in recent years. At fault for two goals and lucky not to have given away a penalty. Awful. 2/10

Marnick Vermijl – Didn’t really offer an awful not in an attacking sense. Got caught out on the counter a few times. 4/10

Saidy Janko – Big things expected of Janko, but he had a torrid debut. 3/10

Anderson – One of the senior members in the team, and should’ve let from the front. Struggled to get into the game at all. 3/10

Shinji Kagawa – Subbed off after twenty minutes with mild concussion. Not enough time to mark.

Nick Powell – Tried to get United going in an attacking sense. Had a couple of long range shots that narrowly missed, but the intent was there. 5/10

Reece James – Struggled massively. Looked like he couldn’t keep up with the pace of the game. 3/10

Javier Hernandez – Didn’t trouble the MK Dons defence at all. Head and heart looks elsewhere. Should be should. 2/10

Danny Welbeck – Baffling why Van Gaal wants to sell him over Chicharito. He showed pace and his intent, and spearheaded the United attack single-handedly. 5/10


Adnan Januzaj – Not his finest hour. Struggled to get into the game. 3/10

Andreas Pereira – Came on and gave United that spark. Probably United’s best player. 5/10

James Wilson – Showed his attacking abilities. Had a couple of chances and very unlucky not to score. Future star. 5/10

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