Manchester United dug deep to defeat Newcastle United 3-2 as three goals in the last 20 minutes of the game helped Jose Mourinho’s side come from two goals down to secure the three points.

See the player ratings from the game:

De Gea: Although he conceded two goals, he still made a number of good saves to keep United in the game. 7/10

Smalling: Wasn’t really reliable at the back and looked shaky at times. 5/10

Bailly: His poor positioning cost the team at the back, and was removed just after 17 minutes. 2/10

Shaw: Didn’t bombard the left flank as he’d have liked in the first half, but he improved in the second half. 6/10

Young: Bombarded the right flank and made an excellent cross for Sanchez to score the winner. 7/10

Matic: Missed a good chance in the first half, but didn’t look reliable in midfield and defence. Not his best of game. 5/10

McTominay: Struggled at the back before being taken off in the second half. 4/10

Pogba: Was casual in the first half, but stepped up in the second half as United pushed for a comeback. His flick for Martial was brilliant. 6/10

Rashford: Missed two clear-cut chances and lacked the cutting edge before his substitution. 4/10

Martial: Was brilliant towards the end of the game and scored a goal to level the scores before Sanchez got the winner. 7/10

Lukaku: Worked hard but didn’t have a tangible chance to score. Some of his crosses into the box were dangerous. 6/10


Mata: Brought flair to United’s attack after coming on, and he scored a brilliant free-kick. 7/10

Fellaini: His height and energy was an advantage as United looked for the winner. 6/10

Sanchez: He came on and was dangerous before scoring the winner with a delightful header. 7/10