David De Gea: 7/10
The Manchester United no. 1 played well today. Made some good saves, and made no real errors despite conceding twice. Leeds kept him busy as well.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka: 7/10
Very good both keeping his side in order and helping out in the middle defensively. Decent game going forward too, but his contribution wasn’t really needed too much.
Victor Lindelöf: 8/10
Scored United’s fourth goal with a nice finish at the back post. Good in defense with Maguire despite Leeds’ attack causing a lot of chaos.
Harry Maguire: 7/10
Good defensively, stayed organized and kept command against an active Leeds side. Nearly scored too.
Luke Shaw: 8/10
Very good performance today. Got forward well, provided nice delivery, and kept good control on the left.
Scott McTominay: 10/10
What a show from McTominay today. Set the tone early with two very well taken goals, and was a constant source of energy in midfield from kickoff until the moment he limped off late. Man of the match display.
Fred was fine today. Not quite up to the standard of his performances of late, but no costly moments from his giveaways. Good forward passing too.
Bruno Fernandes: 8/10
Bruno spent a lot of time creating space for his teammates to exploit, making runs and drawing defenders to be an off ball creator. And he still managed to get a goal and convert a penalty for himself.
Daniel James: 8/10
Best performance in some time from Daniel James. Got a deserved goal in the second half against his sort of former club, and made several lung-busting runs to set the tone and keep the pressure on a threatening Leeds United.
Anthony Martial: 7/10
Everything but the finishing today from Martial. Should have scored.
Marcus Rashford: 7/10
Like Martial, probably should have scored, but did well regardless.
Edinson Cavani: 6/10
Nearly scored, did good work offensively.
Donny Van De Beek: 7/10
Good energy, looked sharp and kept the energy up after Bruno and Rashford came off.
Alex Telles: 6/10
Made a good clearance and kept his side of defense in order. Had a shot on target as well.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: 9/10
Great team performance for a full 90 minutes. Problems defending a corner again, but the only real mistake in a game that presented several potentially problematic moments. The game plan out of the gate provided instant payoff, and the usual back-four provided stability and order. Ole’s subs kept the energy up as well, and there was not anxiety in the closing minutes.