– Manchester United – Post-match ratings: Manchester United vs Aston Villa 1: 0

David de GeaDavid de Gea
He was confident in taking shots in the first half. In the second, Matty Cash made him make a serious effort.
MEN: 7/10 8.48

Diogo DalotDiogo Dalot
There were glimpses when he joined offensive actions. He persevered on the pitch, despite his serious-looking trauma.
MEN: 7/10 5.48

Victor LindelöfVictor Lindelöf
He almost had an assist on Olli Watkins’ action. Fatal ball control. Calmer in the second half.
MEN: 5/10 3.9

Raphael VaraneRaphael Varane
He played steadily, although he was partnered by a third player in the last two weeks. Calm with the ball in difficult moments. Grade.
MEN: 7/10 5.87

Luke ShawLuke Shaw
Personalized more aggressively than with Wolves. He showed aggression, sometimes even too much, because he was reprimanded with a card.
MEN: 6/10 4.46

Great cross for McTominay on goal. He put a lot of energy into pressing. Manchester United benefited from his return, though there were many mistakes.
MEN: 6/10 4.61

Scott McTominayScott McTominay
His goal would not be ashamed of the center forward. Apart from this situation, Aston Villa successfully limited his shooting aspirations.
MEN: 6/10 5.2

Mason GreenwoodMason Greenwood
Inconsistent with his rival with whom he has dealt very well in the past. He did not cause problems for the defenders.
MEN: 5/10 4.03

Bruno FernandesBruno Fernandes
Much better in the last sector of the pitch. More piercing passes. Creative with the ball in your favorite position.
MEN: 6/10 3.45

Marcus RashfordMarcus Rashford
He started eagerly, but he wasn’t very focused. He often ran into a rival. Twice he irritated the audience when he did not move to the balls in the open field.
MEN: 3/10 1.75

Edinson CavaniEdinson Cavani
He got a good pass from Fernandes, but his shot was saved. He ran a lot, but missed the wings.
MEN: 5/10 4.43

Donny van de BeekDonny van de Beek (for Cavani 72 ‘)
He hasn’t done much.
MEN: 5/10 4.97

Anthony ElangaAnthony Elanga (from Rashfoda 85 ‘)
Good sprint and cross.
MEN: 6/10 6.16

Jesse LingardJesse Lingard (from Fernandes 85 ‘)
Due to this performance, he will no longer play in the FA Cup if he changes the colors of the club in winter.
MEN: 5/10 5.56

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