Player Ratings: West Ham 3-2 Manchester United

David de Gea – Couldn’t really do anything about any of West Ham’s goals. 5/10

Antonio Valencia – Looked menacing going forward but abysmal defensively. Just not good enough. 3/10

Chris Smalling – Dealt with Andy Carroll well for the most part. 5/10

Daley Blind – Shocking. His defensive positioning was way off, and he got bullied by West Ham’s front men. 2/10

Marcos Rojo – Cannot cross a ball to save his life. Gave far too many free-kicks away and cannot defend. 2/10

Morgan Schneiderlin – Hooked at half-time after being sloppy in possession. Partly at fault for West Ham’s opener. 4/10

Ander Herrera – His worst game in a United shirt. Couldn’t pick out a pass, looked toothless and gave away so many needless free-kicks. 2/10

Wayne Rooney – When United were in the ascendency he looked brilliant, but when times were tough he shied away. 4/10

Juan Mata – Shown lovely feet in in the build-up to United’s first, but honestly, thats about all he did. 4/10

Anthony Martial – The shining light in a poor season. He’s incredible, and almost dragged United through single-handedly thanks to two stunning goals. 8/10

Marcus Rashford – Very isolated up top. Played his part in United’s first goal. 6/10

Subs:

Michael Carrick – Didn’t do an awful lot.

Jesse Lingard – Not enough time to mark.

Adnan Januzaj – Not enough time to mark.

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