MUFC player ratings during 4-2 loss to Leicester City (Premier League away, 2021/22)

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David de Gea – Made a couple of smart stops and one world-class one to deny Tielemans. Couldn’t do anything about any Leicester goal. 5/10

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Tried to get forward, particularly in the first 45. Defended well for the most part. 4/10

Victor Lindelof – Nice to see him back out there, but the defending at times was nervy at best. 4/10

Harry Maguire – The weak link in United’s defence. His passing was sloppy, touch was heavy and struggled throughout. Also played Soyuncu onside and gave Vardy way too much space. Perhaps he was a little rusty after injury. 1/10

Luke Shaw – Like Maguire, he didn’t look fully fit. It will take him a few games to get back into his stride but the left-back was steady. 4/10

Nemanja Matic – I felt he was good in possession but sometimes bypassed too easily when Leicester were attacking. 4/10

Paul Pogba – Moved back into a more familiar central midfield role. Didn’t really have a drastic impact on the game. Often too weak in defence. 4/10

Bruno Fernandes – Credited with an assist for Greenwood’s goal but not as inventive as usual. 5/10

Jadon Sancho – Tried to make things happen down the left. His final ball was lacking. 4/10

Mason Greenwood – United’s best attacker. His goal was world-class and the Englishman was involved in everything good about our play. 7/10

Cristiano Ronaldo – Just couldn’t get into it. The service was lacking for large periods, with Leicester’s defenders dealing with him well. 3/10


Marcus Rashford – Brilliant to have him back. Scored with practically his first touch but sadly it wasn’t enough.

Scott McTominay – Didn’t get into it.

Jesse Lingard – Not enough time to mark.

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