Man United player ratings during 3-1 win vs Fulham

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David de Gea – Made a couple of smart saves to help United through into the final four. A fairly quiet afternoon. 6/10

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Defended well for the most part. Didn’t really show much in the final third. 5/10

Harry Maguire – Picked up an early booking which could have made it difficult. Great in the air and did well against the physical Mitrovic. Could’ve been better with the ball at feet. 5/10

Lisandro Martinez – There were one or two nervy moments from the Argentine, though he was solid enough. 5/10

Luke Shaw – Not his greatest outing. Struggled on both sides of the ball, particularly in the first half. 4/10

Scott McTominay – Played steadily enough. Didn’t really have either a positive or negative influence on proceedings. 5/10

Marcel Sabitzer – Probably United’s best deep midfielder on the day. Kept possession well and did get forward on a few occasions. Scored the all-important goal to give the Reds the lead. 7/10

Bruno Fernandes – At the heart of everything good about our play in an offensive sense. Scored two goals to book United’s place in the final four. 8/10

Jadon Sancho – Drifted in and out of the games. Played some intelligent runs and passes at times, though often went quiet for long stretches. 5/10

Marcus Rashford – Had a couple of half-chances, though Fulham defended him well. Consistently changing positions probably didn’t help. 5/10


Antony – Absolutely helped swing the tide in United’s favour.

Fred – Brought on to help see the game out.

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