Dean Henderson – Nice to see him back out there. Couldn’t do anything about the goal. 5/10
Diogo Dalot – Looked good, particularly in an attacking capacity. Worked hard enough defensively, too. 6/10
Victor Lindelof – Superb. Bullied the West Ham attackers at times and ensured he’s not forgotten about by Solskjaer. 7/10
Eric Bailly – Some good moments. Some scary moments. That’s Bailly’s carer summed up, to be honest. 5/10
Alex Telles – Like Hendo, it was lovely to see him out on the turf. You can tell he’s a little rusty and it’ll take him time to get back up to speed. 4/10
Nemanja Matic – Cruised through the game as you’d expect. Lucky there’s no VAR following a knee to Coufal’s private area… 5/10
Donny van de Beek – Steady. Showed a little bit of rust early on but played some lovely passes in the second 45. Looked confident 6/10
Jesse Lingard – Decent. Tried to make things happen and worked hard.
Juan Mata – He may not have any pace, but still has a wonderful eye for a pass. Looked decent. 5/10
Jadon Sancho – Slowly but surely, he’s starting to settle. This guy oozes class. 5/10
Anthony Martial – Struggled but some of that can be put down to a lack of service. He didn’t do enough to get into the game though. 3/10
Mason Greenwood – Did more in 20 seconds than Martial did in the entire game.
Bruno Fernandes – We looked miles better as soon as he came on.
Anthony Elanga – Solskjaer played him too deep.