Manchester United won 3-0 against Everton at Goodison Park in their Premier League clash.
A piece of absolute genius and quality from Alejandro Garnacho, who scored the best bicycle kick in Premier League history, opened the scoring.
United had some early dominance, which was largely down to the role that Kobbie Mainoo has been playing on his full league debut.
However, the Goodison Park pressure clearly got the better of the United side and they dropped off in the latter stages of the first-half.
It was a much better second-half performance, however, and goals from Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial secured a well-earned three points.
The player ratings, so far, can be read below.
Andre Onana – 7/10
Some very solid saves to help keep the clean sheet.
Diogo Dalot – 7/10
Assist for Garnacho. Although, I don’t think he can take much credit. Solid performance though.
Harry Maguire – 6/10
A few sloppy moments early on but better second half.
Victor Lindelof – 6/10
Decent performance despite some moments where he was targetted.
Luke Shaw – 7.5/10
Helped United on the ball massively. One bizarre moment when he sent the ball into the air inside his own third in the first half but his importance is clear.
Kobbie Mainoo – 8.5/10
Arguably the best player. Goal-line clearance, multiple important blocks and was the main man when United were controlling possession. When they let Everton take control, it was partly because Mainoo wasn’t being found enough. Second half, brilliant until he was replaced.
Scott McTominay – 6.5/10
Some decent moments going forward and a better second half.
Bruno Fernandes – 7/10
Poor first half but picked up in the second, brilliant assist for Martial.
Marcus Rashford – 5/10
Poor until he scored and then looked more confident. Great cross which Garnacho almost put home.
Anthony Martial – 6/10
Some good link-up and a silky finish.
Alejandro Garnacho – 9/10
The best goal you’ll see in a long time. But that wasn’t it. He’s terrorising Ashley Young and making important defensive contributions throughout.
Facundo Pellistri – 7/10
Good cameo and played a part in the third goal.
Sofyan Amrabat – 6/10
Aaron Wan-Bissaka – 6/10
Hannibal Mejbri – N/A
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