Manchester United Player Ratings vs Wolfsburg (Along With Match Highlights + Reactions)

Manchester United Player Ratings vs Wolfsburg

Anthony Martial

David de Gea: Made few decent saves in the second half but conceding 3 goals should be a worry for the Spanish goalkeeper. (6.5/10)

Guillermo Varela: Such a big game to have his Champions League debut and he did fairly well. Not a debut to remember, though. (6/10)

Chris Smalling: Not his usual commanding self. Should take some blame for losing Naldo for Wolfsburg’s first goal. (5.5/10)

Daley Blind: The Dutchman did play a part in the opening goal of the match, but he was unable to provide solidity that United needed so badly in defence. (5.5/10)

Matteo Darmian: He was given the task of marking the dangerous Draxler which forced him to sit back and his attacking contributions were minimal. Got subbed because of an injury.   (5/10)

Bastian Schweinsteiger (FLOP OF THE GAME): The German veteran struggled up against the pace and trickery of the Hosts and he was subbed as well. (4/10)

Marouane Fellaini: Average game from the tall midfielder. Other than that one header, he barely made any other meaningful contributions. (5/10)

Jesse Lingard: Unlucky to get his goal disallowed, but his attacking gameplay was very average on the day. (6/10)

Juan Mata: He played a big role in that disallowed goal where the ref disallowed the goal because of his interference.  (6/10)

Memphis Depay: Showed a glimpse of his pace and trickery but for a United no 7, one would expect lot more from the Dutch star. (5/10)

Anthony Martial: The rising French star was United’s best player in the first half but got himself faded in the second half, though. (7/10)


Borthwick-Jackson (Darmian 44) Decent Game (Considering his inexperience at this level). 6

Powell (Mata 69) He looked rusty. 5

Carrick (Schweinsteiger) Failed to conjure up any magical passes. 5

Not used: Young, McNair, Pereira, Romero.

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