Sat. Sep 26th, 2020

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Manchester United player ratings: Donny van de Beek and Daniel James good

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Dean Henderson

Had little to do with his hands but showcased his underrated distribution with his first pass to Diogo Dalot. 6

Diogo Dalot

Got caught out for Villa’s second-best chance when Jack Grealish got the run on him and was rarely seen in attack. 5

Timothy Fosu-Mensah

A reasonably solid performance from the Jack-of-all-trades at centre half. Fosu-Mensah’s versatility continues to endear him to Solskjaer. 6

Harry Maguire

Caught ball-watching for Ollie Watkins’ winner and was on his heels when Watkins skied a chance from Grealish’s cross. 5

Luke Shaw

Proactive and delivered the odd inviting cross that was not met on his first appearance since July. 6

Scott McTominay

Had a polished first-half and operated at a good tempo but came off at half-time for Ethan Galbraith. 7

Donny van de Beek

Demanded the ball whenever he did not have it and got forward from his deep-lying role. Slick on the ball but not as profound in the second-half. 7

Daniel James

Maybe his most productive United performance of the calendar year. Offered good service, proactive and crudely fouled by Matthew Cash. 7

Jesse Lingard

Tested Jed Steer twice in the first-half and was tidy whenever he received the ball. Intuitively drifted into the middle to support the forwards. 6

Marcus Rashford

Played in the No.10 role and did not look comfortable there. Equally as guilty as Ighalo of not offering a penalty box presence. 5

Odion Ighalo

The sun was out and all Ighalo was missing was a deckchair. Nowhere to be seen for a number of presentable crosses and replaced by Teden Mengi. 4

Subs

Ethan Galbraith

Close to scoring. 6

Teden Mengi

More deserved first-team exposure. 6

Brandon Williams

Came on at right-back. 5

Lee Grant

A rare outing. 5

Anthony Elanga

Made his first-team bow. 6

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