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    Okey_14_boi
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    Player Ratings as Ole and the players disgrace Man United and the fans in Old Trafford!

    Player Ratings as Ole and the players disgrace Man United and the fans Old Trafford! 
    Ratings as Ole and the players disgrace Man United and the fans in Old Trafford!

    Liverpool ran riot at Old Trafford in the Premier League on Sunday to put Manchester United to the sword in a 5-0 demolition.

    The Reds scented blood from minute one and went for the jugular, piling the pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and becoming the away side with the biggest winning margin in this historic fixture. Mohamed Salah stole the headlines to consolidate his position as football’s best player at the minute with a devastating hat-trick, but goals from Naby Keita and Diogo Jota also put the gloss on an emphatic showing.

     

    Here’s how the players rated at Old Trafford:

    Manchester United

    David de Gea – 5 – The Spaniard saw a cricket score manifest itself on the Old Trafford scoreboard, but he wasn’t really at fault for any of Liverpool’s goals. In fact, he even produced a few solid saves, chiefly Alexander-Arnold’s rocket effort on the 70-minute mark.

     

    Aaron Wan-Bissaka – 3 – Not the biggest culprit in Man Utd’s defence but he didn’t exactly cover himself in glory. Positionally suspect this afternoon and atypically hesitant defensively as Jota enjoyed himself on the flank.

     

    Victor Lindelof – 2 – Exposed several times, Lindelof simply couldn’t cope when Firmino dragged him out of defence and Salah ghosted into the box.

     

    Harry Maguire – 1 – A horror showing from the world’s most expensive defender. Maguire was all at sea for all of Liverpool’s goals, produced an absolute howler for Salah’s second finish as he got his wires crossed with Shaw, and topped things off with a reckless challenge on Jota to earn himself a booking. A truly forgetful afternoon.

     

    Luke Shaw – 2 – Another, like Maguire, who looked lost when Liverpool came charging forward, was involved in that mix-up for Salah’s second, and also picked up a booking for his troubles. His only saving grace were a few flurries forward, but even then this was a performance diametrically at odds with the Shaw showings we’ve come to expect in recent years. ‘Exposed’ does not do justice to openness of Man Utd’s defence

     

    Scott McTominay – 2 – A statue in the middle of the park, or to be more pertinent given the context, a training cone in Liverpool’s attack vs defence drill. McTominay was positionally inept as Liverpool bypassed him with liquid ease, making an absolute mockery of Solskjaer’s double DM system. This was a sobering, almost chastening experience for a midfielder who has been put under the spotlight in recent weeks.

     

    Fred – 3 – The Brazilian ranks ahead of McTominay for his tenacity and nothing else. Another who was anonymous when Liverpool went up the gears and attacked, with his partnership alongside McTominay resembling a garden fence trying stand tall against an oncoming freight train.

     

    Mason Greenwood – 5 – Lively at times during his first-half stint and looked to make things happen in the rare moments Man Utd broke Liverpool’s high press, but not enough to truly worry Robertson and carry his side forward.

     

    Bruno Fernandes – 4 – An early chance which he blazed high and wide was about as good as it got for Fernandes, who was unable to pull the strings in his typical fashion. There were fleeting moments of creative confidence, but those were extinguished as the game grew on.

     

    Marcus Rashford – 4 – Another who had flashes of coming to life and hurting Liverpool’s defence, but by and large the game passed Rashford by and he nearly cost his side dearly in the first half, with a wayward ball straight into Salah’s path, with his blushes spared by De Gea.

     

    Cristiano Ronaldo – 4 – A frustrating afternoon crystallised by his ‘kick out’ at Curtis Jones, and augmented by an overruled VAR goal. CR7 spoke before the game of adapting and tailoring his game to suit his age, and he certainly looked a 36-year-old player this afternoon. They all did, to be fair, but this was simply not Ronaldo’s night; there would be no Atalanta last-gasp moment. He faded as the clock ticked on.

     

    Substitutes:

     

    Paul Pogba (for Greenwood 45′) – 0 – A 30-minute cameo where he didn’t really do much then produced a horror tackle that forced Liverpool’s second-best player off the pitch. A rating of ‘1’ for the red, reduced to ‘0’ for making Keita (who was a genuine joy to watch) leave the turf.

     

    Edinson Cavani (for Bruno Fernandes 62′) – 5 – The game was pretty much dead and buried by the time Cavani entered the fray.

     

    Diogo Dalot (for Rashford 62′) – 5 – No goals were conceded when he was on the pitch, so he gets a ‘5’.

     

    Read Also: Player Ratings as Ole Tactics Lets Manchester United down again

     

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    • #27097
      Bernard
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      mehn, if they no sack this man before the next match, i no go watch any United ball till further notice

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    • #27108
      John Adeleke
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      they have totally disgraced the badge and the fans to the core…

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    • #27125
      Chichi
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      i am so sad for United I swear…

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