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28/07/2023 16:55

MAN UNITED PLAYER RATINGS: Andre Onana shines in goal, but Casemiro, Marcus Rashford, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka have a hard night as Erik ten Hag’s side is defeated by Real Madrid in Houston.

Manchester United suffered their second defeat in 48 hours, falling 2-0 against an excellent Real Madrid side.

With a lovely chip, English sensation Jude Bellingham put the Spanish giants ahead early, and Joselu, formerly of Stoke City, sealed victory in Houston with a magnificent overhead kick.

United struggled in the final third, and it was a long night for Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho, who led the line, with the latter coming off the bench and struggling.

Andre Onana could do little about the two goals he gave up on his United debut, but he demonstrated that he has plenty of energy as Ten Hag’s new No. 1.

Chris Wheeler of Mail Sport was on hand to appraise the United players.

Andre Onana could do nothing about Real Madrid’s two goals on his Man United debut

Jude Bellingham (middle) opened the scoring before Joselu capped off a 2-0 win late on

ANDRE ONANA 6.5 – Beaten less than six minutes into his debut by Bellingham and had no chance with the second from Joselu, but made a couple of good saves and did more than enough with the ball at his feet to show what he will bring to United.

AARON WAN-BISSAKA 5.5 – Had his hands full with Real’s pace and Bellingham’s threat down the left, and was bamboozled by Vinicius Junior at one point in the first half.

RAPHAEL VARANE 6 – Stepped up to try and play Bellingham offside and got caught out on the goal even though Real Madrid’s new £115m looked like he was just offside.

LISANDRO MARTINEZ 6 – Another game, another booking for a naughty challenge, this time on Bellingham before half-time. Epitomes Ten Hag’s claim that there are no friendlies.

It was a long night for Raphael Varane (right) and Aaron Wan-Bissaka (back) in defence

LUKE SHAW 6.5 – Good duel with Luka Modric and got forward well before he was one of nine United players replaced just after the hour mark.

CASEMIRO 5.5 – Returned to United’s starting line-up in pre-season for the first time against his old club and still needs to get back up to speed.

KOBBIE MAINOO 5 – Teenager once again got the nod to start but was injured inside two minutes and had to go off.

BRUNO FERNANDES 6.5 – Played on the right to accommodate new signing Mount before switching to No 10 in the second half. Forced keeper Andriy Lunin into a smart late save from range.

MASON MOUNT 7 – Played No 10 and went close to an equaliser from closer range as well as executing arguably the tackle of the game with a recovery challenge on Tchouameni.

Mason Mount (right) went close to an equaliser and looked smart playing in a No 10 role

ALEJANDRO GARNACHO 7 – Looked lively on his first start in pre-season and wasn’t afraid to shoot on sight on a number of occasions.

MARCUS RASHFORD 5.5 – Like most of United’s international players who returned to training a little later, Rashford is still working his way through the gears and struggled to make an impact here.

Subs: Lindelof 6 (for Martinez 62), Maguire 6 (for Varane 62), Eriksen 5 (for Mainoo 6), Amad, Dalot 6 (for Wan-Bissaka 62), Antony 7 (for Garnacho 62), Heaton, Sancho 6 (for Rashford 62), Pellistri 6.5 (for Mount 62), Bishop, Williams 6 (for Casemiro 62), Van de Beek 6 (for Eriksen 62), McTominay 6.5 (for Shaw 62), Forson.

Booked: Martinez, Fernandes

Marcus Rashford still needs to get up to speed after he was largely ineffective in the match

REAL MADRID (4-3-3): Lunin 6.5; Carvajal 6.5, Rudiger 7 (Nacho 46, 6), Alaba 6.5 (Militao 46, 6), Garcia 6 (Mendy 46, 6.5); Modric 6 (Diaz 62, 6), Camavinga 6.5, Tchouameni 6 (Kroos 46, 5.5), Bellingham 7.5 (Valverde 46, 6); Rodrygo 6.5 (Joselu 62, 7), Vinicius Jnr 7 (Paz 72, 6).

Subs: Courtois, Odriozola, Vazquez, Abdelkader, Guler, Pineiro, Nico, Gonzalez.

Scorers: Bellingham 6, Joselu 89

Referee: Lukasz Szpala

Att: 67,801

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