Manchester United cruised to a 3-0 victory away at Brighton yesterday evening.
Solskjaer’s men are now unbeaten in the last 15 games, keeping 11 clean sheets and scoring 38 goals in the process.
The Reds put in a brilliant performance to secure the victory. Goals from Mason Greenwood and Bruno Fernandes were enough to see off the Seagulls.
Here are the player ratings from the victory.
David De Gea 8/10
Didn’t have much to do but was very reliable when called upon. Made some very good saves during a spell of pressure from the hosts.
Aaron Wan-Bisakka 8.5/10
A positive performance from the young full-back. Played Greenwood in to score and was a presence on United’s right.
Victor Lindelof 7.5/10
A decent performance from the Swede. Tracked Brighton’s forwards well and looked very composed throughout.
Harry Maguire 8/10
Strong performance overall from the skipper. Organized the defence well and was good with his distribution.
Luke Shaw 7.5/10
Had a good game defensively and showed excellent movement and link-up play with Marcus Rashford on United’s left flank.
Nemanja Matic for Manchester United vs Brighton:
1ST in duel success rate (100%)
1ST in touches (99)
1ST in pass retention (93%)
1ST in forward passes (28)
1ST in recoveries (6)
2ND in passes completed (81)
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Nemanja Matic 9/10
Another excellent performance from the Serb. He provided a perfect outlet from defence into midfield and played a brilliant ball to find Greenwood in the build-up to United’s third goal.
Paul Pogba 8/10
The latest in a string of steady performances from the Frenchman. Was a presence in midfield and set up Bruno Fernandes to score.
Bruno Fernandes 9.5/10
An excellent physical performance from the Portuguese fan favourite. Concerns about his physical condition were immediately dismissed as he put in a fantastic performance, scoring two brilliant goals.
Marcus Rashford 7/10
Didn’t score but did some excellent work on United’s left linking up with Shaw. The wait for his 20th goal of the season continues.
Anthony Martial 5.5/10
A stark contrast to his last Premier League outing. Didn’t pose a threat to Brighton’s defence and failed to register a single shot.
Mason Greenwood 9/10
His best performance in a United shirt till date. Took his goal brilliantly and picked out Fernandes with an inch-perfect cross for United’s third. An exciting prospect and he seems to be making that third spot in United’s front three his own.
Brandon Williams 7/10
Scott McTominay 6.5/10
Odion Ighalo 6.5/10
Daniel James 6.5/10
Andreas Pereira 5/10