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Player ratings: Hull City 0-0 Manchester United

Steve Bruce was relegated by his former side, and Marouane Fellaini proved what a liability he is on a football pitch. Thank God the season is over.

Pretty, pretty good.
Pretty, pretty good.
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Victor Valdes

A mixed bag, but one that shows promise. He struggled with a couple of high balls, and pushed one save into the path of a Hull player when he might have pushed it away from danger, but he also did well at full strength claim some crosses, and pulled off some remarkable reaction saves. If United are confident that the problems with crossing were not indicative of how he will generally play, then there's no reason not to give him a chance next season, unless Petr Cech is available. 6/10

Antonio Valencia

The same as ever. Juan Mata was anonymous which hardly aided him on the right wing, but by this point it's fair to assume that even if he had Cristiano Ronaldo playing ahead of him, he'd still be hugely mediocre and uninspiring. 6/10

Marcos Rojo

Another perfectly acceptable display, and with a calmness that makes it perplexing that Phil Jones is still tolerated in the centre of defence. A direct, attacking left-back in a way Daley Blind is not, and a worthwhile presence next season. 6/10

Phil Jones and Chris Smalling

The same as ever 6/10 x 2

Juan Mata

An uninspiring presence in an uninspiring performance. Some neat passes on the right but not the match-winner he has been in the past. This season has been one of intermittent ability and excitement for Mata, but if he wants to remain as first choice next season, he'll need better players and more effective contributions from himself to make a compelling case. 6/10

Daley Blind and Ander Herrera

The same as ever 6/10

Ashley Young

Playing more centrally than usual, and against such a dreadful team against Hull he was largely untroubled. There's little to say for him one way or another - Hull were there to be taken apart (and this goes for every player on the pitch, really) but you can understand why the game meant nothing to them. 6/10

Angel Di Maria

Quite possibly his best performance of 2015 for Manchester United, but he got clattered very early on and then decided he best go off with a tight hamstring. 20 minutes of mediocrity, with the nagging suspicion that he still should be given another year to make something of his ability at Old Trafford. He could be outstanding again, better for United than PSG. 6/10

Wayne Rooney

A poor performance, not aided by his own lack of movement, the side's lack of movement, and that he had little support from the players around him. The story of his season. Today he said that United have been dominating possession and playing well, but the problem is with taking chances. He might like to realise that's his job, and make a better fist of things next season as he enters his thirties. 6/10


Marouane Fellaini

Tosser. This is the kind of thing that proves he's just not clever enough to be relied upon. 3/10

Adnan Januzaj

Lively but ineffective, still too weak to make the most of his pace and willingness to run at defenders - it's not going to scare them if you just bounce off them. Get him on the whey powder and in the gym for a few months, and let him get some experience at Everton. 6/10

James Wilson

Didn't do anything. Didn't have the chance to do anything. 6/10