Manchester United player ratings as Cristiano Ronaldo great and Fred good vs Tottenham – Samuel Luckhurst – Manchester Evening News

David de Gea

Well beaten by Harry Kane’s penalty and could do nothing about Harry Maguire’s own goal. 5

Diogo Dalot

Cleared off the line from Eric Dier at 1-0 but was dragged infield repeatedly and Sergio Reguilon took advantage to force the second equaliser. 5

Raphael Varane

Read the game authoritatively and had to keep the defence together a few times amid Tottenham’s territorial dominance. 7

His first-half was an improvement on the derby and he was not culpable for Tottenham’s territorial dominance but put through his own net. 5

Alex Telles

Started positively but carelessly conceded a penalty and never had the measure of the marauding Matt Doherty. Committed, though. 6

Nemanja Matic

Often outnumbered but he intervened expertly at times and sprung the attack that led to the second goal. Unfortunate to come off. 7

Lovely flick to set Cristiano Ronaldo up for his first goal and prudent with the ball when United were under the cosh. 7

Paul Pogba

Embarrassed Rodrigo Bentancur with the skill of the match but was in and out of the game. Far too casual in the second-half. 5

Marcus Rashford

Both of United’s wingers for culpable for Tottenham’s wing-backs having joy and Rashford had none in the final third. Came off injured. 5

Jadon Sancho

Defended poorly in general and especially against Dejan Kulusevski for the penalty award but assisted Ronaldo’s second. 6

Cristiano Ronaldo

Breached Hugo Lloris with a howitzer of a shot and clinically scored again to regain United’s lead. Tested Lloris twice more and then nodded in. Tracked back selflessly. His best performance back at United. 9

First appearance in a month. 5

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