Player Ratings: Yeovil Town 0-4 Manchester United

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Manchester United progressed into the fifth round of the FA Cup after overcoming League two outfit Yeovil Town 4-0 at Huish Park.

Here’s how Jose Mourinho’s men fared during the crunch encounter against the fourth tier club of English football in their fourth round fixture.

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Sergio Romero: 6

Stayed alert on the ball whenever the call arrived and made some decent saves in the first half.

Matteo Darmian: 4

Another unimpressive show by the Italian, as he looked out of place and did not do much arriving forward.

Victor Lindelof: 6

Looked jittery at times but settled down once the game progressed.

Marcos Rojo: 6

Conceded fouls in poor areas in the first half. Towards the end, made a brilliant assist for Lukaku to score.

Luke Shaw: 7

Had another impressive outing and looked very sharp and composed.

Michael Carrick: 8

Made a notable comeback to the side, and with his calm head, he settled in well and was an impressive engine.


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Ander Herrera: 7

Had a decent game despite initially being ineffective. He looked to press, and scored United’s 2nd goal of the night.

Scott McTominay: 5

Had a good chance in the first half, but the keeper blocked his shot. Lost the ball repeatedly, but made some good runs.

Juan Mata: 6

Workaholic, and kept the ball despite not doing much early on. Played a good hand for the 2nd goal.

Alexis Sanchez: 7

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Lacked match fitness and that led to him losing the ball on numerous occasions. But he kept trying, and bagged two assists.

Marcus Rashford: 6

Scored a goal after being fed by Sanchez and worked hard in the game, but wasn’t sharp.



Romelu Lukaku: 7

Made a strong impact and was rewarded with a goal in the dying moments of the game.

Jesse Lingard: 7

Another solid performance after coming on, and scored the side’s third, which was another collection to his great goals.

Angel Gomes: 6

Had a good moment after coming on, as he beat two players, but could not get his shot on target.


Written by Rajdeep Saha 

Sports journalist with stints across print, digital and television. Contribution to each medium has been thrilling. Experienced in writing for this passionate game called football. Journalist by choice and passion.


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