Manchester United vs Arsenal players rating as Reds win 3-2 over Gunners

Manchester United vs Arsenal Player Ranking

Manchester United vs Arsenal: Manchester United played Arsenal at Old Trafford on day 14 of the ongoing English Premier League.

It was a tough game as Manchester United won against Arsenal, thanks to goals from Bruno Fernandes and none other than the main man, Cristiano Ronaldo. It was Arsenal who took the lead though, with David De Gea injured and the Gunners in good form, Emile Smith Rowe scored a fine volley but couldn’t keep the lead. Martin Ødegaard equalized one goal, but unfortunately left a penalty at the other end which Cristiano Ronaldo promptly took, bringing his total to 801 goals!

Let’s see the player ratings for the match:-

Manchester United vs Arsenal Player Ranking

Manchester United

David De Gea (GK) (October 6): While defending in a corner, David De Gea grabbed his leg as he felt the impact, not realizing it was one of his teammates, letting Emile Smith-Rowe volley in empty goal. Poor decision making from the veteran, who made some great saves late in the game.

Alex Telles (October 7): Alex Telles’ solid defence and his cross coupled with his linking play with Sancho and Bruno Fernandes have certainly put Arsenal’s backline on alert.

Harry Maguire (October 7): Harry Maguire had a pretty good evening when he defended well and made it difficult for Arsenal’s attack.

Victor Lindelof (October 7): Victor Lindelof had a good game when he worked well with Harry Maguire and handled players with speed like Aubameyang.

Diogo Dalot (6.5/10): Diogo Dalot has started a Premier League game after a considerable amount of time and he’s certainly kept his form when it comes to defending well and not taking undue risks.

Fred (7.5 / 10): An inconsistent start to the game, Fred had a flawed first half as he was held up several times and made some lazy passes early in the game but grew more confident as the game went on. He was well-positioned to get rid of Bruno Fernandes and make an assist, while also winning a penalty that resulted in the Reds getting the goal.

Scott McTominay (October 7): With a fine balance between offensive and defensive football, Scott McTominay did it all for an impressive evening.

Marcus Rashford (6.5/10): Marcus Rashford linked well with his attacking players and displayed some great coordination to put pressure on opponents before finally succumbing.

Bruno Fernandes (October 8): A dangerous run ended Bruno Fernandes’ longest goal drought and equalized for Manchester United.

Jadon Sancho (7.5/10): Jandon Sancho opened fire tonight as he repeatedly put Arsenal defenders in his back foot and always managed to deliver a sharp pass.

Cristiano Ronaldo (October 9): The 800th and 801th goals in quick succession for Cristiano Ronaldo as he had a brilliant run and a superb shot into Rashford’s box for the first time and shot from the spot to take home the winner. Manchester United.

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Jesse Lingard (N/A)

Anthony Martial (None)

Donny van de Beek (N / A)


Aaron Ramsdale (GK) (6.5/10): Ramsdale doesn’t have much to do in the first half of the game but is unfortunately beaten three times in the second half of the game.

Takehiro Tomiyasu (October 6): Tomiyasu didn’t have the easiest nights as he repeatedly had to chase the shadow of Jadon Sancho.

Ben White (October 7): A good defensive performance and a final tackle in the first half, things were going well for Ben White until he made a sloppy pass and sent the ball away in a dangerous position, lead to Manchester United game balance.

Gabriel Magalhaes (October 6): Gabriel had an average evening. A decent defense but lost focus for a moment.

Nuno Tavares (October 6): Tavares played without pressure quite a few times but was not able to create a dramatic ball.

Gabriel Martinelli (7.5/10): Gabriel Martinelli had an intense battle with Alex Telles all night and he played well as he placed an invite ball into the box and claimed an assist.

Thomas Partey (6.5/10): Constantly holding the ball and losing the ball in dangerous areas, the first half was full of mistakes by Thomas Partey. However, performed much better and was on high alert in the second half.

Mohamed Elneny (October 7): A logical presence at the heart of Arsenal’s midfield, Elneny dribbled the ball well and was instrumental for the Gunners tonight.

Emile Smith Rowe (7.5 / 10): Emile Smith-Rowe scored the home side’s goal with a fine volley into an empty net that gave Arsenal the lead in tonight’s game before he was substituted for Saka.

Martin Ødegaard (October 8): Creative and sophisticated, Martin Ødegaard was a regular problem in the third attack and equalized for Arsenal when he shot the ball into the bottom corner of the goal, thanks to Martinelli’s superb pass. Unfortunately, he also took a sloppy penalty before being substituted for Edward Nketiah.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (October 6): The Arsenal talisman had an average performance as he didn’t often receive the ball in favorable positions and didn’t really do much when he did.

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Bukayo Saka (6.5/10): Unable to start early, Bukayo Saka was overlooked by the Gunners as his introduction is sure to cause trouble for Manchester United’s backline.

Edward Nketiah (None)

Alexandre Lacazette (N/A)

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