Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United Player Ratings

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Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United Player Ratings

   Manchester United claimed a 6th consecutive win under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after their 1-0 victory away against the Spurs. Here are my player ratings for the match.

David De Gea: 10/10       
Tottenham players are going to be having nightmares about him. Made a few incredible stops and a few rather simple ones to keep a clean sheet and give United the three points.

Luke Shaw: 7/10 
He intercepted quite a few passes and made crucial blocks inside the penalty box. He looked solid defensively but could be sharper on the attack.

Victor Lindelof: 7/10 
He showed his class again against a strong side and continued his run of good performances, making good tackles inside the box and showing positive energy.

Phil Jones: 6/10
Stopped some over the top balls and got the job done. 

Ashley Young: 7/10 
He made good runs forward and won fouls in good positions, very active on the right flank. 

Nemanja Matic: 7/10
Helped out defensively and put in good tackles to stop Spurs from getting through on goal.  

Ander Herrera: 6/10
Was quiet in the first 45 minutes but settled in and supplied Pogba with good passes, not as good as in previous matches under Ole. 

Anthony Martial: 7/10 
He caused the Spurs problems down the left hand side and had a good opportunity to give United the lead. He also lost possession 2 or 3 times but had a decent game.

Paul Pogba: 8/10 
Assisted the only goal of the game and shifted well from defence to offence, had 3 attempts on goal all saved by Hugo Lloris. He was booked for a bad tackle on Dele Alli.

Jesse Lingard: 6/10 
Missed a golden opportunity early on and disappeared in the second half, his worst performance under Solskjaer. 

Marcus Rashford: 8/10 
Scored the only goal of the game and had a few chances going forward. Managed to get in behind the Spurs' defence on a couple of occasions and caused problems for Tottenham.


Romelu Lukaku:  5/10 
Got very few touches of the ball, wasted a 2 on 1 opportunity and didn't recover on defence in the dire stages of the game. 

Diogo Dalot:  N/A 
Came on for the final 10 minutes or so and closed down space for Spurs to attack.

Scott McTominay: N/A
Came on for the final 4 minutes to waste time. 



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