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Player Ratings: Manchester United 0-2 Manchester City

Ratings in after that *performance…

Manchester United v Manchester City - Premier League Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

Must we do this? The Reds suffered another humiliating defeat to neighbours Manchester City. Time is up for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. It’s on the board now.

David de Gea – 6

Looked like he was going to break his own saves per game record in the first half before conceding a howler just before half-time.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – 3

In stark contrast to City’s Joao Cancelo. Like most United players, looked completely anonymous.

Victor Lindelof – 3

Came close to scoring an own goal.

Harry Maguire – 3

Did not come close to scoring an own goal.

Eric Bailly - 2

Scored an own goal and was subbed off at half-time.

Luke Shaw – 4

Only attacking threat for periods. Created a chance for Ronaldo in the first half. Did the same for Maguire from a set piece. Was subbed off in the second half after a collision.

Scott McTominay – 3

A midfielder on paper. His aversion to showing for the ball wasn’t highlighted in a game where it wasn’t required.

Fred – 4

Was the only player that came close to winning the ball back.

Bruno Fernandes – 2

Needs a break but won’t get it. Anonymous like most of his teammates.

Cristiano Ronaldo – 2

Does the most important thing on the pitch but when he doesn’t do that, United play with 10 men.

Mason Greenwood - 2

Never looked like the right game for him. No threat on the counter and that’s never been Greenwood’s game.


Jadon Sancho - 3

Got some minutes. This isn’t what he signed up for.

Marcus Rashford – NA

Alex Telles - NA

Donny van de Beek - NA

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - 0

It’s time to go.