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Forget about Onana: Wayne Rooney says this Man united who lost possession like 6times yesterday was the main reason Behind the embarrassing draw

This evening, Manchester United and Galatasaray drew 3-3 in Turkey. These are the game’s player ratings from us.

Andre Onana: The Cameroonian had a horrible game, letting the ball slither under him for their second goal and getting caught off guard for their first. Hakim Ziyech, the goal scorer, will be thanking him.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka 7: In a quiet game, he provided a solid defensive game plan for Zaha and set up McTominay’s goal with a deft low cross.

Harry Maguire 7: It appears like the renaissance is here to stay. It is real. As always, he played a terrific game, blocking shots, passing with security, and playing proactive defense.

Victor Lindelof 6: Although he did not perform as well as he could have, he once more appeared to be physically outmatched versus Icardi and was found deficient in his movements.

Luke Shaw 7: It is evident how valuable he is to the team since he consistently tries to play the ball forward, stops attacks with deft interceptions, and creates new passing opportunities with his left foot.

Sofyan Amrabat 3: This was another game where it appeared as though he was passed over too easily, and his performance seems even more lackluster in light of Mainoo’s success over the weekend.

Scott McTominay (6.5): A true central midfielder who frequently went forward to threaten goals. Not the one to keep the ball in the air and bring peace. Excellent contribution to the first goal United scored and the third goal he scored himself.

Antony 7: A step up from his previous performances, as he repeatedly served as a release valve for Galatasaray’s pressure with daring runs from his own half. From now on, let’s hope for a turning point.

Bruno Fernandes 8: A real captain’s performance, he was everywhere on the field, playing defense, attack, and midfield threading. He also assisted on another goal. worthy of winning the match.

Alejandro Garnacho 7.5: The scorching form carried over as he scored United’s first goal once more, this time with his less strong left foot. demonstrated a more thorough understanding of the game with his tracking back.

Rasmus Hojlund 6.5: With his trademark center-forward play, he created a few decent opportunities for himself and his teammates.


Kobbie Mainoo 6.5: With a straightforward, astute play against Everton, he continued where he left off. restored order to a disorganized midfield.

Anthony Martial 5: In a game this high-stakes, a player with Martial’s careless style of play has no business being substituted. seemed a step slower than the action, but occasionally tracked back with good results.

Facundo Pellistri 5: Missed a decisive late-game opportunity to win it. participated in several excellent attacking opportunities, but nearly invariably made the incorrect decision.

Diogo Dalot 5.5: Despite entering the game late, he had a minimal impact overall and was almost involved in the goal. was placed on skates by defenseman Zaha.

Manager assessment:

Erik ten Hag 6: Two blunders from the goalie and one dubious goal are beyond any manager’s explanation. However, the manager bears some of the blame for this team’s incapacity to oversee games.

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