Player Ratings: Man United leave it late but rampant Rashford scores winner

David de Gea – Made a few decent stops to keep United in the game. 5/10

Ashley Young – Fought for every ball, won plenty of tackles. He was pretty good. 6/10

Chris Smalling – I’m not sure what on earth happened for Bournemouth’s goal, but I’d like to see him take charge of the back four. 4/10

Victor Lindelof – Average. I still don’t fully trust him in those tight-knit away fixtures. 5/10

Luke Shaw – The Bournemouth goal came down his side, so he has to take some blame for that. 5/10

Nemanja Matic – Poor in the first-half, improved loads in the second. 5/10

Paul Pogba – Grabbed the game by the scruff of its neck in the second 45. We need to see him do that more often. 6/10

Fred – He won some tackles, but I’d like to see him more involved in the final third. 4/10

Juan Mata – Drifted in and out of the game, but you’d like to see more quality from him. 5/10

Anthony Martial – Scored again. He was quiet aside from the goal, but who cares as long as he keeps scoring and United continue to pick up points? 6/10

Alexis Sanchez – Pretty good. Looked busy, played some nice passes, made some good runs. His pass into Martial for the leveller was inch-perfect. 7/10


Ander Herrera – Brought some much-needed energy to the table. He was excellent.

Marcus Rashford – Scored the late winner after a goal-mouth scramble. Probably should have scored earlier, too.

About Jordan Street 19284 Articles
Mancunian. Red through and through. Season Ticket holder block E332.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.