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.