Premier League: Everton vs Manchester United Player Ratings as Everton go past United with a bare 1-0 margin

Here are the player ratings for Everton vs Manchester United Premier League match.

Everton vs Manchester United

Everton vs Manchester United: Everton faced United on Matchday 32 of the Premier League at the Goodison Park.

Manchester United dominated possession and took more shots, but it was Everton who came on top in the contest. Anthony Gordon separated both the teams with his 27th minute strike. His right-footed shot got deflected off Maguire and ended in the back of the net. United could not come back into the game and lost all the points.

Everton vs Manchester United Player Ratings


Jordan Pickford (8.5/10): Everton goalkeeper pickford was adjudged the player of the match for his performance. He made 4 crucial saves to keep a well-deserved clean sheet.

Seamus Coleman (8/10): Coleman made last-minute challenges and cleared the ball well. He made the most dribbles in the match.

Michael Keane (7.1/10): Keane was sloid in the back and got into good defensive positions to keep the United strikers at bay.

Ben Godfrey (7.4/10): Godfrey cleared a handful of balls and was aerially very good. He was 100% accurate in his tackles.

Vitalii Mykolenko (8.1/10): The Ukranian international was exceptional on the left flank. He completed a couple of dribbles and tackles as well.

Allan (7.2/10): The Brazilian midfielder had a pretty good match keeping aside the team’s performance. He made a few tackles with good accuracy.

Fabian Delph (7.7/10): Delph was impeccable in the midfield. He imposed himself in the match and held possession well.

Anthony Gordon (8.1/10): Gordon had the least touches in the match but made use of the ball when in possession with the deciding goal of the match.

Alex Iwobi (7.2/10): The Nigerian had good vision and distributed the ball well. His range of passing was impressive

Richarlison (6.8/10): Richarlison had a couple of shots on target and created a few chances, but did not end up on the score sheet.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin (6.2/10): Calvert-Lewin had a mediocre game. He did not have any shots on target and was replaced late in the match.


Demarai Gray (NA):

Abdoulaye Doucoure (NA)

Manchester United

David de Gea (6.3/10): Manchester United goalkeeper de Gea saved 2 out of the 3 shot that he faced on target. He could not keep a clean sheet and United could not get the points.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka (7.8/10):

Victor Lindelof (7.1/10): Lindelof had a good game coming in for Raphael Varane who was injured and not available.

Harry Maguire (7.6/10): The skipper was positioned brilliantly in the back and helped the team defend in tough situations.

Alex Telles (7.4/10): Telles was exceptional on the left flank. He attacked well going forward and made some good passes.

Fred (6/10): Fred was scrappy throughout the game giving the ball cheaply in the midfield. He was replaced by Pogba in the 36th minute.

Nemanja Matic (6.3/10): Matic had an average game before being replaced by Juan Mata in the second half.

Jadon Sancho (7/10): Sancho was decent in the first half. But he had a better 2nd half dribbling on the left flank and created chances.

Bruno Fernandes (7.6/10): Fernandes was at his usual best with a wide range of passing and vision. But he could not provide anything substantial.

Marcus Rashford (6/10): Rashford could not feature in the game in his fullest. His wing play was nullified by Everton defenders.

Cristiano Ronaldo (6.2/10): Ronaldo just had 1 shot on target in the whole match. He also got booked late in the match.


Paul Pogba (7/10): Pogba came off the bench and instantly looked imposing, taking control of the midfield.

Juan Mata (6.2/10): Mata was not impactful in the match coming in for Nemanja Matic.

Anthony Elanga (5.8/10): Elanga’s substitution did not have any effect on the match as he had 0 shots on target.

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