Manchester United player ratings against Arsenal

Man United were left to rue missed chances at Arsenal in a goalless draw and here are how the players rated at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday night.

David de Gea 7/10

Handled first-half efforts from Alexandre Lacazette and David Luiz dependably. Saved well in the second-half from Emile Smith Rowe.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka 7/10

More present in the final third, even if he had to be triggered by Kieran McKenna. Made a goal-saving block from Willian and crossed brilliantly for Cavani.

Victor Lindelof 7/10

Received instructions from his manager in Norwegian at a corner. Calmer in defence than Harry Maguire and wasn’t drawn into committing fouls.

Harry Maguire 6/10

Crucial block to deny Nicolas Pepe early in the second-half but clumsy with his physicality at times and got booked.

Luke Shaw 8/10

A major upgrade on Alex Telles and could easily have claimed an assist when he found Marcus Rashford. Effectively a winger in the second-half.

Scott McTominay 6/10

Was secure in midfield alongside Fred until injury forced him off before half-time. Clear he couldn’t continue well before then.

Fred 7/10

One of the major reasons behind United’s improvement and almost clipped in his first goal of the season. Pressed and intercepted well.

Marcus Rashford 4/10

Had the beating of Gabriel Martinelli and Cedric Soares, with the former substituted at the pause. But his end product was poor.

Bruno Fernandes 5/10

Always seemed capable of creating something out of nothing and a free-kick deflected just over. Faded in the second-half.

Paul Pogba 6/10

Unsurprisingly, much more involved once he was called in from the wing to partner Fred. Did not produce a game-changing moment.

Edinson Cavani 5/10

Expressed his dismay at a lack of direct service and occasionally drifted to get more involved. Should have scored from Shaw’s cross and then Wan-Bissaka’s cross.

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