Manchester United were yet again involved in a draw, as they took on Anderlecht in their Europa League quarterfinal tie.
Jose Mourinho’s men dominated the game for most of 90 minutes, but Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s first half goal was cancelled out by Leander Dendoncker, and the match ended 1-1 at the Constant Vanden Stock Stadium.
Here’s how the Red Devils fared in the match:
SERGIO ROMERO – 6
Didn’t have much to do throughout the game. Was helpless while conceding Leander Dendoncker’s bullet header.
ANTONIO VALENCIA – 7
Did well in defence as well as on the attack. His cross led to United’s opener.
ERIC BAILLY – 6.5
Tackled and intercepted well, but was out of position when his team conceded the equaliser. Lucky to get away with a mistake in the second half.
MARCOS ROJO – 6
Defended aggressively, but should have been in central defence during Anderlecht’s goal.
MATTEO DARMIAN – 6
Looked very much out of position at the left side of the defence.
MICHAEL CARRICK – 6
Pulled the strings from the middle of the park.
PAUL POGBA – 6
Missed a great chance to win it for his team late in the game.
JESSE LINGARD – 6
Made a good start to the game, but faded out as time passed. Unlucky to hit the post.
HENRIKH MKHITARYAN – 7
Performed poorly in the first half, but managed to get on the scoresheet nonetheless. Should have easily scored another from Darmian’s cross.
MARCUS RASHFORD – 8
Tormented the defence with his pace, and it was his rebounded shot that his Armenian teammate converted. Man of the match.
ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC – 5
Lost possession frequently. Should have scored from a decent chance from close range.
ANTHONY MARTIAL – 5
Very very sloppy.
MAROUANE FELLAINI – 4
Failed to do the job he was sent on to do. Enjoyed the best view during Dendoncker’s equaliser.
TIMOTHY FOSU-MENSAH – NA
Came on too late, but picked up a yellow card.