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Manchester United 0–3 Everton: Player Rankings

This evening, Manchester United defeated Everton 3-0 at Goodison Park. These are the game’s player ratings from us.

(A mean score is approximately 6.)

André Onana 7.5: Deftly held the fort against Everton’s onslaught. twice saved by Calvert-Lewin and admirably by Gueye. Totally merited his spotless record.

Diogo Dalot 7: Though it was more the scorer’s fault, Dalot is credited with helping Garnacho score his wonder goal, which was a stunning push down the right side.

Harry Maguire 7.5: Since regaining his form, he has been known for his proactive, strong defense. handled Calvert-Lewin’s threat with remarkable skill.

Victor Lindelof 6: Almost identical to Maguire, the only thing that stopped him was that he appeared uneasy in physical confrontations with Everton’s attackers, such as Doucoure and Calvert-Lewin.

Luke Shaw 7: The ball progressed and the left flank’s vitality returned with his comeback, which was a breath of fresh air. Although some rust was to be expected and it was evident, the team’s performance has improved since he joined.

Kobbie Mainoo 8.5: Nerves during her league debut? Not a possibility. The product of United Academy seems to be destined for this level of play. played the position of deepest midfielder with skill. A star is created.

Five Scott McTominay A willing middle runner, but that is all. fights to contribute to the buildup and now primarily uses his late box-crasher skill to score goals.

Marcus Rashford, 5, struggled once more with his dribbling and decision-making, as many attacks came to an end when he received the ball. Will expresses gratitude to Fernandes for awarding him the penalty, which he expertly converted.

Bruno Fernandes 7: Martial received his assist for United’s third goal from Fernandes, who had been playing quietly up until that point.

WOW! Alejandro Garnacho 9 gave United the lead early on with what was probably the season’s best goal—a daring bicycle kick. Simply exuded confidence and swagger after.

Anthony Martial, 7- was playing a quiet game in the first half, but he and the team came to life in the second. won the penalty that resulted in United’s second goal before scoring his first and United’s third goals with a composed finish.


Facundo Pellistri (7): Held the ball up nicely to set up Fernandes for the third goal for United.

Kobbie Mainoo’s performance doesn’t seem to be indicative of his form, Sofyan Amrabat 6. didn’t accomplish anything noteworthy after replacing the United academy player.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka 6-Relaxed after getting well from illness. handled his side with skill.

Hannibal Mejbri 6 arrived late for the martial arts match and positioned himself.

Manager assessment:

Mitchell van der Gaag and Erik ten Hag 8–We finally had some good fortune, as Garnacho’s wondergoal gave United the early lead and calmed Goodison Park. With the return of important players, performance is definitely improving.

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