Our Man United player ratings from the 1-1 draw vs Burnley are now in…

Andre Onana – Made some decent saves early on, but was at fault for the Burnley equaliser. It was his clumsiness that led to a penalty kick. 4/10

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Just ineffective in the final third. It is now becoming a real problem. It wasn’t his finest defensive performance, either. 3/10

Casemiro – Once again deployed as a make-shift centre-half and had a pretty solid game for the most part. His passing was good. Did make a couple of rash decisions. 6/10

Harry Maguire – Probably United’s best outfield player. Did everything that was asked of him. Continues to fight through the pain amid injury. 7/10

Diogo Dalot – He was steady enough on both sides of the ball. Did his job decently. 6/10

Kobbie Mainoo – Pretty solid. Kept the ball moving, worked hard and didn’t shy away from the physical midfield battle. Fans were not pleased when he was subbed off. 6/10

Christian Eriksen – No longer has the legs to play in that deeper midfield role and it showed. Often left holes in behind. Not good enough in the one-on-one battles. His passing was decent. 5/10

Bruno Fernandes – Worked tirelessly as per usual. Always tried to make things happen but his passing was hit and miss on the day. 6/10

Antony – Was struggling throughout, though made a brilliant interception and run late on, finished off with a lovely strike to get United a goal. 6/10

Alejandro Garnacho – Was very inconsistent. Which is expected given his age. Always tried to be direct and cause problems. 5/10

Rasmus Hojlund – Offered very little in the way of service. Led the line well enough. 5/10


Amad – Never really threatened.

Scott McTominay – Was brought on then subbed off with what looked like a very serious injury.

Sofyan Amrabat – Not involved.

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