Manchester United player ratings: Paul Pogba and Eric Bailly impress against Everton – Dominic Booth

Dean Henderson

Called to the side after his accident at Sheffield United and was a casual observer until he brilliantly saved from a free kick by Gylfi Sigurdsson. I didn’t have to work much harder. 6

Axel Tuanzebe

He was deprived of the minutes of the first team and had to be satisfied with the start of the right back, although he looked more comfortable than many could have expected. 7

Eric Bailly

He performed the ball perfectly from the back after returning to the side. There was an inevitable fear of injury, but this was the better side of Bailly. 8

Harry Maguire

Some early nervousness against Everton’s press, but mostly performed as standard, although against Everton’s muted line. 6

Alex Telles

It looked like a sharp bombardment to the left, especially in the first half, and provided some dangerous deliveries from the corner. Iwobi later returned them. 6

Nemanja Matić

He gave United a solid base ahead of the back four and a series of passes to the midfield. Its a kind of game. 7

Paul Pogba

Some predatory extras and strong parts of the game in the middle showed again that the top of Pogba is not too far away. He seems motivated, despite constant conversations about his future. 8

Choose your man of the game against Everton

Donny van de Beek

Set in an unfamiliar broad left role, but he showed some classy touches and careful defensive play. Much quieter after the break and replaced. 6

Bruno Fernandes

A beginner of surprises, considering his recent workload, but he seems to like playing at Goodison Park. They brought intensity and skill, but this time the final ball was missing. 7

Mason Greenwood

He grazed the wooden works with his eyes and set other goals. Wire wire when cutting inside from the right side, but he had no chance. 7

Edinson Cavani

He could have scored two or three in the opening 15 minutes and was furious, it took him 87 minutes to finally find the net. He may have been ruled out for the fraca with Mina, but he remained to plunder the brilliant finale. 7


Marcus Rashford (for Van de Beeka, 67)

He didn’t look as sharp as he had in recent weeks. 6

Anthony Martial (for Greenwood 67)

He came to play left wing. He set Cavani up for the winner and then raised it to 2-0. 8

Luke Shaw (for Telles, 84)

Late addition. N / A

Mentor: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Deserved for the purposeful nature of United’s game from the first whistle, naming a strong side despite nine changes. Made predictable but smart changes. 7