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Two Excellent, Four Good and 7 bad – Man United player ratings vs Brighton as Ten Hag side reach FA Cup finals

Manchester United player ratings as Victor Lindelof and Luke Shaw good vs Brighton

Manchester United player ratings as Victor Lindelof and Luke Shaw good vs Brighton
Man United beat Brighton in their FA Cup semi-final and here are how Erik ten Hag’s players rated at Wembley.

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David de Gea

Palmed away Alexis Mac Allister’s early free-kick and made good saves from Julio Enciso and Solly March. Struggled in the penalty shootout. 7

Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Got a good sliding tackle in on Kaoru Mitoma and improved in the final third after the pause. Embarked on one spirited dribble. 7

Victor Lindelof

Looked more comfortable on the right side of defence and got stronger as the game went on in a new partnership with Shaw. Scored winning penalty. 7

Luke Shaw

Comforted a mascot in the tunnel and his presence at centre half was of comfort to United. Slotted in seamlessly. 7

Diogo Dalot

Had the benefit of not being pitted against Mitoma and Brighton rarely capitalised when they had an overload. Intervened to thwart Deniz Undav. 6


Booked for an overzealous tackle and encountered a testing midfield in Alexis Mac Allister and Moises Caicedo. 6

Christian Eriksen

Set up a chance for Fernandes and had a go at goal late in the first half but this was another leggy performance and he made way for Fred. 5

Bruno Fernandes

Put himself about and had United’s first major attempt at goal. Involved in the bulk of attacks but did not always make the right decision. 6


Occasionally lively on the ball and his work off it was more useful than it appeared. Drew a routine save from Robert Sanchez. 6

Marcus Rashford

Did little in the first half until he found Eriksen in added time and his biggest contribution in the second was to earn a free-kick. Superbly denied by Sanchez in extra-time. 6

Anthony Martial

Wearing gloves with the temperature at 13 degrees, he was a passenger and only lasted as long as he did as the alternative was Wout Weghorst. 3



Energised United and was a presence at both ends. 6

Jadon Sancho

Involved quickly with a shot that curled wide. Produced the best piece of play from a United forward to cross for Marcel Sabitzer. 6

Marcel Sabitzer

Saw a header go wide. Scored penalty. 6

Tyrell Malacia

Loose with the ball. 5

Wout Weghorst

A committed cameo. 6


Made the right call by playing Wan-Bissaka at right-back against Mitoma. Fred reenergised United and Sancho was creative at times. Hooking key dead-ball strikers with a shootout likely was always a risk. 6


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