Fulham 0-1 Manchester United: Player ratings from a close win

Manchester United's Bruno Fernandes against Everton.

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Manchester United grabbed a desperate 1-0 win over Fulham with Bruno Fernandes’ 91st minute winner securing the three points in an otherwise dull fixture.

Both sides looked lackluster for most of the game with Scott McTominay’s disallowed goal due to a “subjective offside” the most exciting portion of the first half.

Here’s how the Red Devils fare on the night:

Andre Onana – 8.0

Good couple of saves from the keeper who will be relieved to see a clean sheet at last.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – 7.3

Back from injury and had good tackles to his name.

Harry Maguire – 7.6

Solid at the back and was deft with his passes. Good game overall.

Jonny Evans – 7.2

Promising display from the 35-year-old who showed good stamina despite his age.

Diogo Dalot – 7.5

Exquisite showing. Had some promising runs and was all-round more composed.

Scott McTominay – 7.8

For the most part, he was the best player on the pitch and really deserved his goal to have gone in.

Christian Eriksen – 7.0

Did not have his usual dynamism and could have been more accurate with his passes.

Antony – 6.5

Did not have his erstwhile danger and appeared toothless.

Bruno Fernandes – 8.5

Composed when required and practically engineered his goal all by himself in his 200th appearance for the club. Worthy milestone for a worthy man.

Alejandro Garnacho – 7.5

Should have taken his chance to give Rashford a selection headache but did not appear to contribute much after the first 20 minutes.

Rasmus Hojlund – 6.0

Poor display. One cannot be a top class striker without shots on goal.


Facundo Pellistri – 7.0

Provided the all-important pass which led to Fernandes’ goal.

Mason Mount – 6.1

Still failed to make an impact.

Anthony Martial – 5.5

Should have scored but did not make his mark.

Raphael Varane – N/A