Everton 4-0 Manchester United: Player Ratings

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Absolute carnage at Goodison Park on Easter Sunday as Everton thumped Manchester United 4-0 with goals from Richarlison, Sigurdsson, Lucas Digne, and Theo Walcott authoring Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s misery. Let us have a look at how the Red Devils fared during the night:


David De Gea – 4.7

Nothing the keeper could have done to save any of the four goals, as Everton’s display was top-notch.

Victor Lindelof – 4.6

Pathetic at the fullback’s role and was repeatedly exploited by the Evertonian flanks. Wasn’t too promising as centre-back either.

Chris Smalling- 4.2

Invisible for much of the game and wasn’t able to secure the backline even after the home-side made it evident that they were out to score goals.

Phil Jones – 3.8

Injured in the first-half and escaped the goal-battering for the rest of the game. Didn’t make a case for further starts.

Diogo Dalot – 3.4

Unsure at the wing and made constant mistakes throughout the game. Still too inexperienced to start for United regularly.

Paul Pogba – 5.0

Probably the only Red Devil on the pitch to recognize the need for goals, but was still prone to errors and clearly gave up after the fourth goal went in.

Nemanja Matic – 3.2

A return to poor form from the Serb who did little to secure the backline nor was he in his usually steady conduit role.

Fred- 4.0

Poor display yet again. A far cry from the player who had shown signs of improvement in the past weeks.

Marcus Rashford – 4.8

Didn’t show the composure and hunger for goals that ought to be characteristic of a United attacker by now.

Romelu Lukaku- 4.0

Yet another game with the Belgian striker being unable to register a shot. Does he even qualify for an attacker anymore?

Anthony Martial – 3.8

Despite Solskjaer making it clear that the Frenchman needs to step up his game, Martial was technically poor and wasn’t the usual pacey presence up-front.


Ashley Young – 5.8

Made little difference in the second-half and the fact that he was initially left out of the starting lineup speaks volumes.

Scott McTominay – 5.3

Couldn’t replicate his success against Barcelona and PSG.

Andreas Pereira – 5.6

Did little to the game.