David de Gea – A quiet afternoon for the Spaniard, who couldn’t stop the penalty to preserve his clean sheet. 5/10
Diogo Dalot – Brilliant. His willingness to bomb forward and get the crosses in was a delight to watch. Looks a real player. 7/10
Chris Smalling – Did alright for the most part. Unfortunately came off injured, though. 6/10
Phil Jones – Played rather well, somewhat surprisingly. 6/10
Ashley Young – What a hit that was for the stunning opening goal. He looked far more willing to get forward and whip the crosses in today, and it was great to watch. 7/10
Nemanja Matic – Probably his best display this season, but then again, he had an easy afternoon. 6/10
Ander Herrera – Busy, lively, sharp. Won back possession, played the ball forward, and was a constant thorn in Fulham’s side. 7/10
Jesse Lingard – Put in another shift, made some good runs which opened up space for others. 6/10
Juan Mata – When he starts, United just play better. Took his goal well, kept things ticking over, overall, it was delightful. 8/10
Marcus Rashford – Superb from start to finish. Worked his socks off, picked up two assists and finally scored a blinder as the game was winding down. 9/10
Romelu Lukaku – Scored again, his first at home since March. Hopefully, this is the confidence-booster he needs. 6/10
Marcos Rojo – Decent, aggressive. On the front-foot.
Scott McTominay – Squandered a glorious chance to net after a great Dalot cross.
Fred – Not enough time to mark.