Man Utd player ratings during 3-2 loss vs RB Leipzig

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David de Gea – Didn’t look all that interested in making an attempt at saving either of the first two goals. Dawdled and allowed Kluivert to make it 3…23/10

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Arguably his worst game in United colours. Positionally awful and contributed nothing to the attack. 2/10

Victor Lindelof – Probably United’s best defender, which is not saying much. Steady. 4/10

Harry Maguire – Got caught out a few times. Had a chance to prod United back into it about 10 minutes into the second-half. Made a monumental error as Leipzig made it 3. 2/10

Luke Shaw – Was all over the show in the early-going. Booked for a clean tackle, which didn’t help. 3/10

Alex Telles – Like Wan-Bissaka, he was tucking in far too deep. Gave the ball away 15 times in the first 45 and was rightfully hooked at the break. 3/10

Nemanja Matic – A bystander for the opening 15 minutes. Grew into the game as United started to try and force Leipzig back. 4/10

Scott McTominay – Careless in possession. I’d have liked to see him drive forward more. 4/10

Bruno Fernandes – His delivery was really poor. We needed to see far better execution from our star man, particularly from set-pieces. Tucked away his penalty nicely. 4/10

Mason Greenwood – Had a golden chance to score early on but missed it. Tried to drive his team forward on more than one occasion. 4/10

Marcus Rashford – See Greenwood above. 4/10


Donny van de Beek – Looked lively without bringing any real cutting edge.

Brandon Williams – Wasn’t afraid to get physical and take it to Leipzig.

Paul Pogba – Changed the game with some lovely skill and a brilliant header.

Timothy Fosu-Mensah – Didn’t really get into it.

Axel Tuanzebe – Not enough time to mark.

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