David de Gea – Was untested for the most part. Had to make a couple of standard saves, but nothing out of the ordinary. 6/10
Antonio Valencia – Grew into the game. Buccaneered up and down the right-hand flank in typical Tony V fashion. 6/10
Chris Smalling – Put his head on absolutely everything. He played well. 7/10
Victor Lindelof – Probably the best game that Lindelof has played in Manchester United colours. Cool, calm and composed. 7/10
Daley Blind – Positionally, he struggled. He’s just not quick enough to play as a left-back on a regular basis. 4/10
Nemanja Matic – Controlled the middle of the park single-handedly. Won tackles, got his team moving in the right direction and became the heartbeat of our team. 7/10
Ander Herrera – Not bad on the whole, but he gave the ball away far too often. 5/10
Henrikh Mkhitaryan – Awful. After making a stunning start to the season, he’s dropped off the pace massively in recent weeks. 2/10
Juan Mata – His interplay is breathtaking at times. He makes United tick. 6/10
Marcus Rashford – Made a slow start, but was the main threat in the second-half until going off with an injury. He scored the all-important goal, with a bit of help from the opposing goalkeeper. 7/10
Romelu Lukaku – Was isolated through no fault of his own. Wasn’t given any clear-cut opportunities to show his goalscoring prowess. 5/10
Anthony Martial – Threatened from the off.
Jesse Lingard – Made some nice runs.
Scott McTominay – Not enough time to mark.