How Man United players are rated against Copenhagen

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Manchester United have advanced to the semis of the Europa League, after beating FC Copenhagen 1-0 in Germany. But how did the team fare individually?

SERGIO ROMERO- 6

The Argentine was mostly untroubled for a better part of the game, and made sure to give a good account of himself when needed.

BRANDON WILLIAMS- 6

Has to be commended for his goal-saving clearance in the first half, but didn’t really help much after that.

HARRY MAGUIRE- 6

A decent outing for the captain. His partnership with Eric Bailly, wasn’t quite as great as with Victor Lindelof, but ultimately, the clean sheet was secured.

ERIC BAILLY- 5.5

The Ivorian showed he’s gradually getting it all back as regards his reading of the game, but conceded a silly yellow card, and had to be replaced before the end of the match.

AARON WAN-BISSAKA- 5

Again, the Englishman offered so much defensively, but attacking-wise, he had an otherwise quiet game.

FRED- 6

Made a sloppy mistake earlier in the match, but quickly got a grip as the match wore on, and helped the team by taking charge of the midfield.

PAUL POGBA- 6

Like Fred, the Frenchman was impressive in the middle of the park, especially during the second half.

MARCUS RASHFORD- 6

Tried his best to create opportunities for the team with his fine runs. But the Englishman is still far from his best self, and it showed.

BRUNO FERNANDES- 7

Had a very quiet start to the match, as he misplaced some passes. However, he got better as the match progressed, and won the match with a cooly taken penalty.

MASON GREENWOOD- 6

Could have been on the score sheet, after scoring in the first half. However, the goal was disallowed, before he was taken off before extra time.

ANTHONY MARTIAL- 7

Another brilliant game for the Frenchman, who scored in the previous encounter. His fine work provided the penalty that was converted by Fernandes, to see United through.