Manchester United blew Bournemouth away by 5-2 at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon, to keep our top four hopes alive.
It was a top performance from the lads, with the likes of Rashford, Greenwood and Fernandes, all getting on the score sheet too.
But how did every player on the pitch fare?
DAVID DE GEA- 5
An absolutely poor outing for the Spain international, and surprisingly so, seeing as he’s been heavily criticised for similar display in the past. Conceded a horrible goal, and had an awful game overall.
HARRY MAGUIRE- 5
Unusually unassured in his defensive role. Was easily nutmegged by Stanislas for Bournemouth’s first goal.
VICTOR LINDELOF- 5
An equally poor game for the Swede. He didn’t do much to stop the first ball into the box, which eventually led to Stanislas’s opener on afternoon. He was taken off at halftime, which pretty much sums it all up.
LUKE SHAW- 7
Good performance from the left-back. His cross from the back post led to the penalty which was converted by Marcus Rashford.
AARON WAN-BISSAKA- 7
Praised often for his defensive contributions, but of late, he’s been improving in attack. Was a threat for most of the game.
BRUNO FERNANDES- 8
Another outstanding performance from the Portuguese midfielder. Assisted two goals and scored a screamer of a free kick.
PAUL POGBA- 7.5
Played an entire game for the first time since his injury last September, and was assured and composed for most of it. His passing was accurate, even though he didn’t get a goal.
NEMANJA MATIC- 6.5
The Serbian was unusually shaky in his favoured position. Made a poor pass to Eric Bailly, which led to the Bournemouth penalty. We’ve definitely seen better from him.
MASON GREENWOOD- 9
Probably our best player on the afternoon. Scored two goals with each of his feet, including United’s equaliser.
MARCUS RASHFORD- 8
Looked sharper since the restart. Put Fernandes through on goal with an incisive pass, but the Portugal failed to convert. Also scored from the spot.
Involved in our attack more often than not. Fine movement in the area, and a skillful finish for his 20th goal of the season, just before halftime.
Eric Bailly- 6
Daniel James- N/A
Odion Ighalo- N/A
Juan Mata- N/A