Rashford good but this player’s Man United career should be over after that performance

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Arsene Wenger’s team defeated Manchester United 1-3 at The Emirates this afternoon. Our player rankings for the game are shown here.

A score of six represents the average.

Darren Onana 6.5–The United custodian had been the opposition’s go-to man for years, but when they were able to hold off Onana, it gave everyone in the buildup breathing room. First goal was not my fault, but I could have done better for the second, and I was unable to stop the third.

Five Aaron Wan-Bissaka: Although his on-ball performance has improved, he still appears uneasy when facing a strong pressing team. A few times I played the ball out, but I could have done better.

Victor Lindelof 5: Desperate challenge because the man before him had already booked him and he was hesitant to commit later.

Lisandro Martinez: Occasionally, an excessive amount of passion can be exploited by the opposition to their advantage, as it appeared to be at the beginning. came on later in the game and made a crucial block to prevent a score. Had to remove after getting hurt when making an additional fervent tackle.

Diogo Dalot 6: More assured than Wan-Bissaka while in possession, he performed admirably in an unusual role against a fierce opposition.

In the beginning, Casemiro 5 seemed uninterested in the game, but he eventually came to understand it. passed to Antony a few lovely first-time passes. Though overall not up to par with the game’s speed, Eriksen is obviously more at ease than Mason Mount at this point.

Eriksen, Christian Playing him in such a violent confrontation was risky, but his passing skills were excellent. made a lovely pass to open up Rashford’s goal, breaking through Arsenal’s defence.

Bruno Fernandes 5.5: A somewhat literal downfall following a brilliant Forest performance, as he remained mostly on the ground, pleading for free kicks rather than producing for his club. discovered his game when it eventually descended into chaos.

Anthony Five Plenty of the ball was seen, but the finished item is still absent. The feeling that an improvement can be achieved on the right wing is still unwavering.

Marcus Rashford (8.5): Enjoys pitting his team against Arsenal. That moment from last season when he cut in from the left and hammered one in is déjà vu. Occasionally appeared as a lone assault.

2-Antony Martial: Was he participating? A performance that was entirely anonymous. couldn’t even contribute to the offensive, let alone serve as a focal point. At this point, his performances will bring an end to his United career if injuries don’t.


Hojlund Rasmus 7— more than Martial did in an hour was displayed in the first two minutes of play. Utilised leftovers but caused discomfort for the Arsenal centre backs with his rough style of play as a natural striker.

Lisandro Martinez was replaced by Harry Maguire, who appeared uneasy. used to be well-known for his ability to play the ball, but he didn’t take any chances here and consistently booted it away. Rebuilding his confidence takes a long time.

Alejandro Garnacho 7: Could have scored United’s winning goal if not for a questionable offside call. His quickness off the bench is an incredible weapon.

Evans, John At the end of the match, Evans and Maguire became United’s centre backs in a dream come true. Seemed overwhelmed by the game’s tempo.

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