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MUFC Player Ratings during 3-0 win vs Nottingham Forest – Old Trafford Faithful

MUFC Player Ratings during 3-0 win vs Nottingham Forest – Old Trafford Faithful

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David de Gea – A fairly quiet evening for the Spaniard who wasn’t really tested. 6/10

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Played another good game. Decent with the ball at feet. Always tried to get forward. 6/10

Raphael Varane – Nice to see him back out there. Continues to cruise through games. So good. 7/10

Luke Shaw – Filled in at centre-back and did a decent job. Was rarely troubled. His pace was an asset. 7/10

Tyrell Malacia – Good enough. Defended with physicality. Did his job and protected his flank. 5/10

Casemiro – Comfortably the best player on the pitch. The Brazil international broke up play numerous times and got United moving in the right direction again. Class. 9/10

Christian Eriksen – Kept finding nice little pockets of space. Consistently caused problems for the Forest midfield. 6/10

Bruno Fernandes – His usual, busy self on both sides of the ball. Led the press and always tried to make things happen. 6/10

Antony – Quiet throughout. Careless with the ball at times. Not his finest outing. 3/10

Marcus Rashford – Outstanding. Scored the first and wreaked havoc down his side of the field. Back to his best. 8/10

Anthony Martial – Scored the second goal. Led the line well. Held up the ball nicely. 7/10

Subs:

Alejandro Garnacho – Bright. Ran at the Forest defence.

Donny van de BeekInvolved in some decent moves.

Harry Maguire – Nice to see him back out there.

Fred – Scored the third with a lovely finish. Took up some advanced positions.

Anthony Elanga – Not enough time to mark.

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