Manchester United's Sensational Victory Over Everton: Player Ratings and Highlights

In a thrilling encounter, Manchester United emerged victorious against a frustrated Everton side. Alejandro Garnacho's stunning overhead kick set the tone for the match, leaving fans in awe. Let's dive into the player ratings and highlights, analyzing each player's performance and the standout moments that shaped the game.

Player Ratings - Everton

Analyzing the performance of Everton players in the match against Manchester United.

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Jordan Pickford - 5/10 - Despite conceding three goals, Pickford couldn't be blamed for any of them. His saves were impressive, but he had no chance against the opener and Rashford's penalty.

Ashley Young - 4/10 - Gave away a penalty and was lucky to avoid a second yellow card. Struggled to contain Garnacho after losing him for the first goal.

Vitali Mykolenko - 5/10 - Came close to scoring with a powerful shot that hit the crossbar. Caught out by quick play from Dalot and Rashford for the opener.

James Tarkowski - 5/10 - Won duels against Martial but lost sight of him for the third goal.

Jarrad Branthwaite - 6/10 - A solid display, dominant in the air and strong in challenges.

Idrissa Gueye - 4/10 - Poor performance with misplaced passes and reckless challenges, resulting in a booking.

James Garner - 5/10 - Inconsistent display against his former team, beaten by Kobbie Mainoo multiple times.

Abdoulaye Doucoure - 5/10 - Missed a crucial chance and inconsistent in pressing. Booked for dissent.

Jack Harrison - 3/10 - Offered little attacking threat and made it easy for Luke Shaw.

Dwight McNeil - 5/10 - Created chances in the first half but disappeared in the second half.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin - 7/10 - Got the better of Lindelof but lacked a real threat in his efforts.

Nathan Patterson (On 72 for Young) - 3/10 - Made no impact offensively for Everton.

Arnaut Danjuma (On 72 for McNeil) - Failed to make an impact when on the ball.

Youssef Chermiti (On 82 for Calvert-Lewin) - Had a shot that went wide but didn't contribute much else.

Lewis Dobbin (On 90 for Doucoure) - Cameo appearance with no significant impact.

Player Ratings - Manchester United

Analyzing the performance of Manchester United players in the match against Everton.

Andre Onana - 7/10 - Looked comfortable and confident, never really under threat.

Diogo Dalot - 7/10 - Provided the assist for Garnacho's wonder goal and defended well.

Luke Shaw - 7/10 - Added stability to the left side and contributed to the attack.

Victor Lindelof - 6/10 - Struggled against Calvert-Lewin but played good passes to maintain width.

Harry Maguire - 8/10 - Strong and dominant against Calvert-Lewin, comfortable on the ball.

Scott McTominay - 5/10 - Inconsistent performance, lacking impact defensively and offensively.

Kobbie Mainoo - 9/10 - Impressive performance on his full debut, dictating play from deep.

Bruno Fernandes - 8/10 - Quiet in the first half but showed leadership with the penalty and good linkup play.

Marcus Rashford - 6/10 - Scored from the spot but lacked conviction in his dribbles.

Alejandro Garnacho - 8/10 - Scored a sensational overhead kick, the goal of the season contender.

Anthony Martial - 7/10 - Quiet in the first half but came alive at crucial moments, winning the penalty and scoring a delightful goal.

Facundo Pellistri (On 72 for Garnacho) - Contributed to the build-up for the third goal.

Sofyan Amrabat (On 72 for Mainoo) - Brought on to see out the game effectively.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka (On 76 for Shaw) - Helped maintain a clean sheet.

Hannibal Mejbri (On 84 for Martial) - Made a brief cameo without any mistakes.

Highlights of the Match

Reliving the standout moments that shaped the Manchester United vs Everton match.

Alejandro Garnacho's stunning overhead kick in the third minute left fans in awe and set the tone for the match.

Marcus Rashford's penalty, struck into the roof of the net, added to Manchester United's lead.

Anthony Martial's delightful dinked finish past Pickford sealed the victory for Manchester United.

Despite the scoreline, Everton had more shots with 24 compared to United's nine.

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