Tottenham 0-1 Manchester United: Player Ratings

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Manchester United made it six wins out of six under the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer regime, as they beat Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 at Wembley to bag three crucial points.

Marcus Rashford managed to score the sole goal on the night, with David De Gea’s heroics keeping the Lilywhites at bay throughout the encounter.

Here’s how the Mancunians fared during the tie:

DAVID DE GEA: 11
Rated as high as the number of saves he made on the night: 11 – his second most in a Premier League game. A performance truly worthy of the best goalkeeper in the world.

ASHLEY YOUNG: 7
Delivered some good long passes to Marcus Rashford, and attacked down the right wing every chance he got.

VICTOR LINDELOF: 8
Continued his brilliant form. Used the ball well.

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PHIL JONES: 8
Partnered the Swede brilliantly in central defence.

LUKE SHAW: 8
Humiliated by Kieran Trippier at the start of the game, but he recovered well. Did the job in defence and on the attack. Subbed after picking up a knock towards the end.

NEMANJA MATIC: 7
Passed the ball well, and provided good cover for the back four.

ANDER HERRERA: 8
A passionate, well-balanced display from the Spaniard.

PAUL POGBA: 8
Produced arguably the assist of the season through his long diagonal ball for Rashford. The Frenchman now has 4 goals and 4 assists under Ole.

ANTHONY MARTIAL: 6
Tested Hugo Lloris early on, but his impact dwindled as time passed. Subbed in the second half.

JESSE LINGARD: 6
His movement was terrific as usual. Wasted a good scoring opportunity at 0-0.

MARCUS RASHFORD: 8
The Englishman has now scored as many goals for Solskjaer as he did for Jose Mourinho this season. His finish was absolutely clinical.

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SUBSTITUTES

ROMELU LUKAKU: 5
Failed to make any impact from the bench, as he did in his previous two cameos.

DIOGO DALOT: 7
Did the job he was sent on to do.

SCOTT MCTOMINAY: NA
Came on too late.