Galatasaray defeated Manchester United 2-1 at Old Trafford this evening. These are the game’s player ratings from us.
Andre Onana: 3–He failed to maintain a clean sheet once more, flapping at balls and sending Casemiro off with a poorly-hit pass that went straight to the opponents. Has to be reset.
The pre-match predictions of an overworked Dalot suffering against the Ivorian came true, and Diogo Dalot 5–Wilfried Zaha gave him nightmares. Zaha easily held him off for the first goal. Better in the second part, though not too.
Victor Lindelof 6: Mostly due to his flawless performance, he stands out among a poor group of players. achieved a crucial intercept that might have resulted in a goal.
Raphael Varane 4: Not his typical aggressive self, and not organized enough to project composure when defending. Galatasaya’s pass through his legs resulted in the second goal.
5-Sofyan Amrabat has had a significant decline from his outstanding debut performance. It will be better for United and the player if they can move him into midfield and out of one-on-one situations with opposing wingers as soon as possible.
Casemiro 4: Despite not exactly shining elsewhere, he was sent off due to Onana’s careless pass. Too often wanders off in quest of goal-scoring exploits, leaving the midfield gaping.
For the most part, Mason Mount 6 was involved in United’s menacing attacks. played some excellent passes, but his clear-cut opportunity inside the box should have been scored.
Hannibal 5: There’s the customary tenacity and resilience, but the quality wasn’t present. It was necessary to slow it down and look for gaps.
Bruno Fernandes 5: Speaking of having to slow it down, Fernandes produced some haphazard passes as United had the difficult choice to use the fewest passes possible to get to the opposition’s goal.
Marcus Rashford, 6, at last made a wise on-ball choice, crossing the ball skillfully for Hojlund to head in. He has to do more of that because, in the absence of it, his poor decision-making continued to surface.
Rasmus Hojlund 8: Playing like a true center-forward, he was the team’s brightest spark. With deft hold-up play, a poacher’s sense in the box, dribbling past men, and pressuring off the ball, all of the skills were on exhibit. wasn’t deserving of to be losing.