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Manchester United 1-1 Liverpool player ratings: Marcus Rashford the top performer

Marcus Rashfords opener was cancelled out by adam Lallana with a late Attack as Liverpool Promised a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford against Manchester United.

Which players polished and which struggled?
David de Gea – 7
United feared he would not be available later he suffered an injury scare on international duty, but his inclusion came as a welcome boost. When called upon, giving a commanding presence behind the defence Were, and may do little to stop the equaliser of Liverpool.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka – 6
Back at the side having missed the last few games of United. When he failed to get close enough to Andrew Robertson for the leveller of Liverpool solid performance at for the most part and produced several dangerous crosses in the first half, however undid a lot of his work.
Victor Lindelof – 6
Fortunate not to be penalised for a foul in the. Outmuscled from Sadio Mane at a point from the first half, however, the effort of the Liverpool man was ruled out for a handball. Allowed Robertsons cross to operate to Lallana for Liverpools target.
Harry Maguire – 7
An operation in the center of the rear three for most of the day. It is a system where he has shone with England and he gained from the additional protection about him. Made more clearances (10) than any other player but could not stop the equalising goal.
Marcos Rojo – 6
A late inclusion after Axel Tuanzebe endured an accident. Grew to the game after a few awkward moments in the early phases such as Lindelof, he had been culpable for Liverpools equaliser if he didnt cut out the cross of Robertson.
Ashley Young – 6
Succeeded in trapping back Trent Alexander-Arnold for long intervals, maintaining the Liverpool man away from the positions in which he is most dangerous, but seemed to switch off for the people equaliser, leaving Lallana free to convert from close range.
Scott McTominay – 7
Continues to increase in stature midfield. Sent moves sometimes, but not shied away from accepting responsibility and played a valuable part in Uniteds goal, releasing Daniel James to cross for Rashford. A battling presence of the team, making interceptions and a few clearances in the center.
Fred – 6
Offered endeavour and energy in midfield, attempting a few shots on goal and covering loads of ground, but there were some glaring moments of miscontrol and touches. The Brazilian looks some way.
Andreas Pereira – 7
Thrust in the No 10 standing also, if he made poor decisions sometimes, double deciding to take when he ought to have passed in the first half, he worked tirelessly – winning ownership more times (10) than any of his own team-mates – and needed some eye-catching assaulting moments also.
Daniel James – 8
Pushed forward into a striking role alongside Rashford and adapted nicely to the unfamiliar position. Created the purpose, picking out Rashford with a good cross after a driving run down the right flank. Took a few knocks at the second half but soldiered on.
Marcus Rashford – 8
Came into the match may expect to use this functionality, although having scored once in his last nine games for United. His movement for the purpose was outstanding and his optimism came flooding back then. When he had been substituted, received a standing ovation.
Anthony Martial – 5
Came for Rashford to make his first appearance since August. Had time to affect the match, however touching the ball three days.
Brandon Williams – 5
Replaced Pereira at the final stages but, such as Martial, had time to earn any sort of impact.
Alisson Becker – 6
Long-awaited return from injury didnt bring the sheet which was required but the Brazilian would do little to reduce Rashfords purpose and wasnt examined then. Signs of the distribution skills that Liverpool have begun to rely on by their goalkeeper.
Trent Alexander-Arnold – 5
Struggled to get to grips with Manchester United system, not understanding he needs to press forward. The end result was his decision-making only got worse and that most of his crosses came from profound. Surrendered possession 33 occasions, over every other player.
Virgil van Dijk – 6
Hurried by the Manchester United on being dumped on his backside by Rashford. It was indicative of a unusual Liverpool functionality. Dealt with the majority of that which came his way but couldnt stop the target and maybe could have been more ambitious.
Joel Matip – 5
Caught from Rashfords clever movement for the purpose and this was clearly a testing outing for its centre-back on his return to the team. Up against two faster than himthere were bound to be some hairy moments as Liverpool chased it but he got it through.
Andrew Robertson – 6
Came up to deny Manchester United a clear shot out of a first-half free-kick and showed his conclusion. Got forward much more in the second half and it was his cross that put up the equaliser.
Fabinho – 5
The effects of that and uncharacteristically littered with his work were important since Liverpool did not look like the same team. Hes become the epitome of composure within this previous 12 months, said Gary Neville on co-commentary. He can not get a pass away. Improved after the break.
Georginio Wijnaldum – 6
Midfielder to get any area from the first half and revealed a few minutes of quality but it had been a tough evening to get the Dutchman. As Liverpool went in search of a route back into the 19, was pulled in favour of Naby Keita.
Jordan Henderson – 5
Has been secure but for just a single diagonal and covered more ground than any other Liverpool player in the first half cross into the mind of Roberto Firmino that found the forward. Was transferred out into the right for a time in the second half.
Sadio Mane – 6
Moved to the appropriate for the first half and posed the greatest threat to the Manchester United defence, setting up Firmino with a fantastic opening. He thought he had equalised to view it disallowed for handball. Moved all over the pitch at the second half seeking space.
Roberto Firmino – 6
Struggled to get hold of the ball early and has been wasteful in front of goal. A shot with his left foot placed. A tame effort with his right foot when in space in a central position. However, the service was usually poor. Missed Mohamed Salah as anyone in the Liverpool team.
Divock Origi – 5
Came in the absence of Salah – to the side for his third party Premier League start of the season – and also his first since mid-September and appeared bright early as he tested Victor Lindelof. Lost his way just a little bit then until being substituted.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – 5
Brought on as Liverpool, tried to be more ambitious and may have won the game for the away side however his left-footed shot from space was only the wrong aspect of the post.
Adam Lallana – 7
His initial target since 2017 demonstrated an important one, tapping at the far post to make the most of Robertsons low cross from the left. Played after that with confidence.
Naby Keita – 6
Played with his part to the equaliser from the build-up and usually made a difference with his more incisive since the visitors dominated the latter phases, death.
Man Utd now go to Partizan Belgrade in 5.55pm Thursday in the Europa League, before a trip to Norwich on Sunday at 4.30pm. Liverpool reaches Genk on Wednesday at 8pm in the Champions League, then sponsor Tottenham at 4.30pm on Super Sunday, live on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event.

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