Manchester United picked up their first victory of the season this afternoon, after travelling to the Amex Stadium.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men ran out 3-2 winners thanks to an own-goal from Lewis Dunk, a second-half strike from England international Marcus Rashford and a 100th minute penalty from Bruno Fernandes
Check out ratings for United’s starting XI below:
De Gea – 7
Although he was unable to keep a clean sheet, the Spaniard actually had very little to do in goal.
Wan-Bissaka – 5
Was often found wanting in his battles with Trossard and was worryingly guilty of being out of position on several occasions.
Lindelof – 6
Turned in a markedly better performance than he did last week against Palace, showcasing better positional awareness and communication with Maguire.
Maguire – 7
Like Lindelof, the England international turned in a significantly better display than he did in United’s opener.
Shaw – 6
Was seldom called upon but was steady throughout the match.
Pogba – 5
Failed to make any sort of impact in the match and was lucky to have not given away a penalty shortly after the restart.
Matic – 6
Wasn’t as effective as he normally is at breaking up the play but was combative from the offset.
Greenwood – 7
Was arguably United’s liveliest player and was unlucky to have a goal and assist chalked off for offside.
Bruno Fernandes – 8
Carelessly gave away a penalty but showed nerves of steel in the 100th to score a late penalty to give United victory.
Rashford – 8
Was lively throughout and showed his class.
Martial – 6
Could’ve dropped a bit deeper to get involved with the game.