Manchester United drew 3-3 against Galatasaray in Turkey after giving away a two-goal lead.
Erik ten Hag’s side started the game excellently. They were making the right decisions with the backdrop of the fierce stadium.
However, later in the half the home side got their open goal from a free-kick, giving them a boost.
United didn’t crumble in the first half. Yet, the second half displayed a different story. Despite a goal from Scott McTominay, United went onto concede twice.
There were too many chances to win the game to count. But United didn’t have the killer instinct.
Player ratings can be read below.
Andre Onana – 1/10
After many games of building on performances, Onana simply made two mistakes a top-level goalkeeper cannot make. The draw is mostly on him.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka – 6/10
A pretty solid game, dropped in the second half.
Harry Maguire – 8/10
Excellent throughout and one of United’s only players who didn’t crumble in the second half.
Victor Lindelof – 6/10
Good first half. Not great in the second half.
Luke Shaw – 8/10
Key for the second goal and a very solid display. Like Maguire, he was one of few who was consistent across the game.
Sofyan Amrabat – 5/10
Done the simple things pretty well. Replaced early on in the second half.
Scott McTominay – 5/10
Some good forward runs, one led to a goal. But the way in which McTominay excels in games is exactly what provided Galatasaray with the chances to score.
Bruno Fernandes – 5/10
He was amazing for the opener and then there’s not much needed to say about his finish. Second half, some brilliant moments but again, playing the way which gives the opposition a chance.
Antony – 7/10
His best game of football in a while. Did those impressive turns but with a bit more substance afterwards.
Rasmus Hojlund – 5/10
A difficult performance but some excellent hold-up play for Garnacho’s opener. Not much else.
Alejandro Garnacho – 7/10
Brilliant goal and worked tirelessly all game.
Kobbie Mainoo – 8/10
Brilliant cameo. One of few to play the game like United should.
Anthony Martial – 5/10
Should’ve scored the winner.
Facundo Pellistri – 3/10
Oh, man. A very poor cameo.
Diogo Dalot – 5/10
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