Manchester United faced off against West Ham United at the London Stadium earlier this evening as they hoped to secure a win on the road in the Premier League. The Red Devils made a slow start to the contest and conceded the opening goal in the 27th minute when Said Benrahma scored with a tame shot following a horror mistake for David de Gea. Man United failed to mount a comeback and went into the half-time break 1-0 down on the scoreline.
Erik ten Hag’s men struggled to find the equaliser in the second half and crashed to a lackluster 1-0 loss away from home.
Let’s find out how each Manchester United player performed during the match against the Hammers.
GK: David de Gea – 5/10
The Spaniard made some solid stops at the back but made a horrible mistake that cost his team the game.
RB: Aaron Wan-Bissaka – 7/10
He performed his defensive duties well and managed to create some decent chances in the final third.
CB: Victor Lindelof – 7/10
Lindelof gave a good account of himself on the defensive end of the field but there was no clean sheet for him this evening.
CB: Luke Shaw – 6.5/10
He was a strong presence in the air and kept things solid at the back.
LB: Tyrell Malacia – 6/10
Malacia did his fair share of defending but lacked quality going forward.
CM: Christian Eriksen – 6.5/10
The Danish talent had some good moments in the game but failed to create anything of note in the West Ham half.
CM: Casemiro – 6.5/10
He anchored the midfield well and made one key chance in the final third.
RW: Antony – 7/10
Antony showed some flashes of what he can do but was wasteful in front of the opposition goal.
CAM: Wout Weghorst – 6/10
He worked hard but lacked quality on the attacking end of the pitch.
LW: Bruno Fernandes – 7/10
The Portugal international managed to create some inviting chances for others around him but failed to find the back of the net.
ST: Marcus Rashford – 7/10
Rashford caused a lot of headaches for the West Ham defenders and was unfortunate to hit the post.
ST: Anthony Martial – 6/10
The Frenchman offered very little after coming off the bench.
RW: Jadon Sancho – 6/10
He made one good chance in the final third.
CM: Marcel Sabitzer – 6/10
Sabitzer added some energy to ten Hag’s midfield.
LB: Diogo Dalot – N/A
He didn’t get enough minutes to warrant a rating.
CM: Fred – N/A
The Brazilian talent hardly had any time to make an impact.