Player Ratings: United 3-1 Hull

Manchester United ran out 3-1 winners in the final home game of what has been a dismal season. Interim manager, Ryan Giggs handed debuts to youngsters Tom Lawrence and James Wilson, who managed to bag 2 goals.

David de Gea: Made a couple of great close range saves but not a lot to do overall. Could do nothing about the Hull goal. 6/10

Antonio Valencia: Started at right back and had a reasonable game. Got forward and defended well. 6/10

Chris Smalling: Solid at the back. 6/10

Phil Jones: Was having a decent start until a shoulder injury forced him off. Replaced by the outgoing Captain, Vidic. 6/10

Alexander Büttner: Got forward throughout but it wasn’t his best game. 5/10

Adnan Januzaj: Excellent! Had the beating of his man all day long. Put in some dangerous crosses and he was a delight to watch. 9/10 – Man of the Match

Michael Carrick: A much more efficient performance from the captain on the night 7/10

Shinji Kagawa: Started in a central midfield for a change and did reasonably well. But didn’t create too much. 6/10

Tom Lawrence: Impressive debut for the young Welshman. Positive and creative down the left hand side, with plenty of confidence on the ball. Replaced by Giggs. 7/10

Marouane Fellaini: Played in a more advanced role like he used to do at Everton, and finally bagged a couple of assists but still managed to have a poor game. 4/10

James Wilson: Another debutant who took his opportunity well, bagging 2 goals with 2 clinical finishes. Replaced by van Persie. 8/10

Substitutes
Nemanja Vidic: Replaced Jones in his last ever appearance as a United player at Old Trafford. Had a good game in his farewell match. 7/10

Robin van Persie: Still on the comeback following injury, and got himself a goal to secure the points. Looked a lot happier in his performance and got some of his swagger back. 7/10

Ryan Giggs: An excellent cameo from our interim manager. Felt strange to have the boss playing, but he was a positive influence on the game. Almost scored with a late free kick from range, much to the disappointment of the crowd, who urged the keeper to let it in. 7/10


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