Manchester United 1-6 Tottenham player ratings: Harry Maguire and Eric Bailey endure defensive meltdown | Ftb .l news

Harry Maguire during Man Utd vs Spurs

Tottenham put Manchester United in the embarrassing 10-man thrashing 6-1 at Old Trafford Super Sunday. Here, we rate players from both sides.

Man Utd player ratings

David de Gea – 4

Not as bad as the defenders against him but this was another terrible afternoon for the under-fire goalkeeper. Tetanh’s Money was easily defeated at his nearest post for the fourth, scored by the son, and it hardly reflected on him that he conceded six goals out of just eight shots on goal.

Aaron Van-Bisaka –3

It was a very difficult afternoon in front of the unconscious son. A reliable performer for most last season, but lacked awareness here and was seen wanting for many of Tottenham’s goals.

Harry Maguire – 2

A haphazard performance of a once trusted artist. Maguire’s mistakes in the lead to Tottenham’s equalizer set the tone for his lunch. He conceded a free-kick that led Tottenham to another three minutes later and never recovered.

Eric Bailey – 2

Gun Le Gunnar Solskajare spoke to him as a possible compromise to United’s recent defensive struggles ahead of the game, but Bailey was responsible here. Awesome for Tottenham’s first two goals and gave them a third with a loose pass in their own bucks. In place throughout the place.


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Luke Shaw – 2

News of the imminent arrival of left-wing Alex Tales from Porto will be greeted by supporters after the show’s performance. The 25-year-old was pulled out of position and rotated repeatedly at key moments. The late Lucas Maura is lucky not to be sent for hacking.

Nemanja Matic – 3

The lack of discipline around him did not help but struggled with the pace of the game and could not stay with the Tottenham runners. Not a single hull or interference occurred before the hook at half-time.

Paul Pogba – 2

A pathetic afternoon for the Frenchman. Unable to do anything offensively and defensively contributed almost not enough. His frustration allowed him to get better when he accepted Tottenham’s sixth penalty from Ben Davis.

Paul Pogba

Bruno Fernandez – 4

Particularly reliable from the penalty spot for United’s early goal but that moment felt like a half-time distant memory, when he was replaced by Fred’s place by Solskjઅr – albeit on the edge of his midfield – in vain.

Mason Greenwood – 4

It’s not the kind of game in which a teenage winger can be expected to have a lot of impact. The second part had little influence on the proceedings before being replaced by Donnie van de Beek.

Marcus Rashford – 4

Most of the players in the game, Rash Shefford, were starving and didn’t have a single shot. The left side gave the show a little protection.

Anthony Marshall – 2

Won the penalty for United’s early opening goal but it was as good as it was for him. It was perhaps inappropriate that Eric Lamela was not even in the red after the fight who saw him sent, but Marshall may have had a few complaints about the decision.

Anthony Marshall will come down the tunnel following his red card
Anthony Marshall will come down the tunnel following his red card


Fred – 4

Bringing midfield to shore, but struggling to adapt to the pace of the game.

Scott McTomine – 4

Like Fred, he was unable to make any improvements in United’s midfield.

Donnie van de Beek – 5

Not his type of game. A peripheral figure after replacing Greenwood.

Tottenham player ratings

Hugo Loris – 7

Unable to stop Fernandez’s early penalty, but there was little left to do – except to sit back and enjoy the performance of his outfield teammates.

Surge Rear – 9

Selected before signing Matt Doherty on the right-back and justified his inclusion with goal and assistance. Rarely tested in a defensive sense, but also caused constant problems at the other end, showing just how dangerous it can be on the overlap.

Sergei Rier has been congratulated by his Spurs teammates after a 5-1 draw
Sergur Rier has been congratulated by his Spurs teammates after a 5-1 draw

Davinson Sanchez – 7

It was his clumsy mishap at Marshall that allowed Fernandez to put Manchester United ahead as early as possible, but he soon regained his composure and forgot his initial mistake to the end.

Eric Dyer – 7

What should have been a difficult afternoon for him at center-back became relatively easy. United never got into trouble with the attackers and passed 78 of their 81 passes in 90 minutes.

Sergio Reguillon – 8

The eye on the opposite side was not quite as eye-catching as the rear, though this was the start of a very encouraging Premier League. Made a string of scoring opportunities from the left and showed a willingness to run on his man.

Pierre-Emil Hodgsburg – 8

Set up Tottenham’s fourth goal with a pass to free Ot Rear to the right and dominate the entire midfield. No one touched more or completed more passes. Hodgsburg also had a joint-top spot in the Spurs Players for ball recovery.

Manchester United 1-6 Tottenham

Mausa Sisosoko – 8

Like Hodgsburg, he was instrumental in ensuring Tottenham dominated the entire midfield as he worked destructively defensively and gave plenty of composers with the ball, completing 67 of 69 passes, giving him the highest accuracy rate on the pitch.

Tangui Nombell – 8

His future at Tottenham is in doubt under Mourinho, but it looks like Nodbell will eventually win over his manager. Dale Ali continued to impress before making his way to the right place at the right time and in the second half to make the way to the center.

OK for Tangui Nomadbell Spurs
OK for Tangui Nomadbell Spurs

Eric Lamela – 7

Mourinho asked his players to show the dark side then would like his role in sending Marshall. Lamela was particularly diligent in the first half, but Lucas Maura took over at interval as he was lucky not to even see Red in his clash with Marshall.

Hang-min son – 9

Another outstanding performance by a player who started the season in falling form. His two goals ended brilliantly, keeping him number seven for the season in all competitions and also providing support for Kane’s first.

Harry Kane – 9

Like the son he was also a sensation. His quick free-kick showed impressive awareness of South Korea’s first goal and there are plenty of examples of his passing prowess. Brilliantly took his goals and also won the Man of the Match award.


Lucas Maura – 6

The interval did not involve much after changing Lamela but worked hard.

Dale Ali – 7

The appearance of the first Premier League from day one, suggests there may be a way back to Mourinho’s plans for him.

Ben Davis – 7

Tottenham won the penalty for the sixth goal when he fouled Pogba.

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