Ole Gunnar Solslkjaer remains unbeaten in the Premier League with Manchester United as the Red Devils rioted over Southampton to win 3-2 in a dramatic fixture that had to wait until late to be settled.
Let us have a look at how the players fared during their first home win in three games across all competitions:
David De Gea- 5.3
Poor showing and he could have done a little bit more to try and properly save both the goals.
Ashley Young- 7.1
Decent showing from the Englishman but he was lucky to not have his fouls caught and give away a penalty. It was his reckless tackle that led to the Saints attaining the free-kick that made it 2-2.
Chris Smalling- 6.6
Felt fatigued and heavy-footed for much of the game and failed to organize the defensive coherence that United were displaying as of recent.
Victor Lindelof- 6.9
Not his best showing, but he still did no errors during the game. Was hesitant in going forward in this one.
Luke Shaw- 7.2
Brilliant flank runs and was crucial in the creation of numerous chances that more or less always ended in Lukaku and Rashford falling just short of scoring.
Andreas Pereira- 8.0
A goal, an assist and a first-class performance in a United shirt. He may have just ensured more gametime in the near future.
Scott McTominay- 7.7
Another silent but vital presence in the game. Did little wrong and could potentially give Matic a run for his gametime.
Paul Pogba- 6.6
His late penalty-miss aside, the Frenchman had a rather uninvolved game and looked little like his usual attacking and chance-taking self.
Romelu Lukaku- 8.8
The unequivocal man of the match and a returning hero. This was his second consecutive brace and he may have just secured a position versus PSG.
Marcus Rashford- 7.0
Came painstakingly close to scoring on far too many occasions. Tough luck?
Alexis Sanchez- 6.3
The worst Red Devil on the pitch and an injury to make matters worse. Is this the beginning of the end for Sanchez?
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Diogo Dalot- 8.0
Instant impact and a crucial assist. He is making a big case for more gametime in the coming matches.
Though underwhelming in his showing, his deft pass was at the heart of Lukaku’s winner and as of such he too qualified as a Solskjaer super-sub.
Tahith Chong – Brought on too late to make an impact.