Here’s how Erik ten Hag’s team rated at Emirates Stadium...
David de Gea 5
A nervous wreck with the ball at his feet but had been beaten by two good goals before having a save to make. One from Nketiah late on was brilliant, though.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka 5
A performance that summed him up. Good one-on-one but positionally suspect and switched off, with no idea Nketiah was lurking for equaliser.
Raphael Varane 7
Like his partner, excellent on the ball. Made important block on Nketiah as Arsenal chased third.
Lisandro Martinez 8
Outstanding. So good in possession and made several vital clearances on the cover. Adjusted brilliantly to score leveller.
Luke Shaw 6
Enjoyable tussle with England team-mate Saka. Good in the air, but second-best on the ground. Booked.
Scott McTominay 6
Preferred to Fred as Casemiro’s deputy and was did well against a midfield that have dominated most games this season.
Christian Eriksen 6
Range of passing helped relieve pressure with switches out to Antony. Stood off Saka too long for goal that put Arsenal ahead. Learned lesson and defected a similar effort onto the post.
Booed throughout after failed attempt to win early penalty but position high on right helped restrict Zinchenko’s involvement inside. Never showed his quality on the ball, though.
Bruno Fernandes 6
Wanted an early penalty but would have been very soft. Did his share of defensive work to stop midfield being overrun.
Goal typical of the confidence with which he is playing. Made interception, showed great feet and then smashed home. Saw off White by half-time, too.
Wout Weghorst 5
Rarely involved as United’s best attacks came from Rashford’s flank but presence did at least occupy centre-halves.
Fred (Antony 71’) 6
Brought on to strengthen midfield as Zinchenko began to dictate.
Unused: Heaton, Maguire, Lindelof, Malacia, Mainoo, Pellistri, Garnacho, Elanga