Player Ratings: Sanchez stars in comfortable Manchester United 4-0 cup win

Sergio Romero – Made a couple of saves that you fully expect him to make. 5/10

Matteo Darmian – Strolled through the fixture. I’d still like to see more from him in an attacking sense though. 5/10

Victor Lindelof – Looked shaky to start off but played better as the match progressed. 6/10

Marcos Rojo – Defended well. I’ve no idea what he was doing up there, but his pass into Lukaku for United’s fourth was inch-perfect. 7/10

Luke Shaw – Refused to come forward in the first 45, but as United began to take control, he moved further up the pitch and affected the game offensively. 6/10

Ander Herrera – Scored the second to put the tie to bed. He just loves it away at Yeovil, eh? 7/10

Michael Carrick – In just his second appearance of the season it felt like he’d never been away. His coolness, calmness and composure rubbed off on the rest of the lads. Top player. 8/10

Scott McTominay – It’s nice to see Mourinho keep the faith in the young man. He looked sharp. 5/10

Juan Mata – He just makes United tick. Mata may not be the quickest nor the toughest, but he always puts a shift in. 5/10

Alexis Sanchez – Had an excellent debut. Worked tirelessly and played the right ball into Ander Herrera who duly slotted home. 8/10

Marcus Rashford – Scored the opening goal after some hard work. Grew in confidence throughout the game. 6/10


Romelu Lukaku – Also bagged himself a goal, it was a tap-in, but it counts nonetheless.

Jesse Lingard – Scored another cracker to help United to victory. He’s in the form of his life.

Angel Gomes – Made a great run, beating two Yeovil players before striking jus wide.

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