Player Ratings: Spurs 1-1 Man United (Premier League away, 2020)

David de Gea – Made a howler of a mistake to gift Spurs the lead. Came back strong with a top save to deny Son. 3/10

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Looked a little rusty, but we still saw his exceptional tacking ability on display. 5/10

Harry Maguire – Poor defending to allow Bergwijn in to score. Improved from that point forward, though. 4/10

Victor Lindelof – Looked nervous and a little complacent at times. Perhaps he just needs a few games to get up to speed. 5/10

Luke Shaw – Left the left-flank way too exposed in the first 45. Adjusted in the second-half and played far better. 5/10

Scott McTominay – Started brightly, but gave away too many fouls and was a little sloppy. 5/10

Fred – His passing was hit and miss. Didn’t look happy about being subbed off for Paul Pogba. 5/10

Bruno Fernandes – Showed his class and quality from minute one. This boy is a special, special footballer who we’re lucky to have. Cool, calm and collected from the penalty spot, too. 8/10

Daniel James – Not great. His touch looked heavy and you never really had confidence in him to beat a man or play the right ball. 4/10

Marcus Rashford – Looked sharp in the early-going, but fizzled out. Perhaps he was getting a little tired, which makes sense given the lack of playing time. 5/10

Anthony Martial – Didn’t get involved anywhere near enough. I’d like to see him make more runs to keep the defenders a little busier. 3/10


Mason Greenwood – Looked lively, wasn’t afraid to use his pace and trickery to beat a man. Could have won it late on.

Paul Pogba – The difference-maker. Won the penalty and played some sumptuous balls forward.

Nemanja Matic – Kept things ticking over.

Odion Ighalo – Didn’t get into the game.

Eric Bailly – Not enough time to mark.

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