There were widespread boos and chants of “you don’t know what you’re doing” for the manager, as United responded to the humiliation by Liverpool with a convincing win sealed by goals from Cristiano Ronaldo, Edinson Cavani and Marcus Rashford.
Dan Kilpatrick was at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to rate the Spurs players...
Rushed off his line for Cavani’s goal and might have done better, but well beaten by Ronaldo’s stunner and Rashford’s cool finish. Made a flying stop to deny Fred in the first half.
Emerson Royal 5
Caught up the pitch for United’s second goal. Got forward enthusiastically but failed to make a real impact in the final third.
Cristian Romero 4
Failed to cut out Ronaldo’s pass for Cavani’s goal when he was out of sync with Dier, and caught out of position for Rashford’s strike. Clearly a good player but still getting to grips with the Premier League.
Eric Dier 4
Was lucky that Ronaldo’s second goal was disallowed after failing to cut out the pass and played Cavani onside for the clincher in another erratic showing.
Ben Davies 4
Was presumably picked over the more exciting Sergio Reguilon to help shore up the defence but was caught under Bruno Fernandes’ pass for United’s first goal.
Oliver Skipp 4
Caught in possession for Ronaldo’s disallowed goal and Cavani’s strike on an afternoon when he looked short of experience at this level.
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Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg 5
Played Skipp into trouble for the second goal and for all his energy made no telling contributions.
Lucas Moura 5
His substitution was greeted by boos, reflecting a lively showing, but his influence on the game was limited.
Giovani Lo Celso 5
Tried to make things happen and created Spurs’ best chance with a scooped pass for Son. But he was too slow to release the ball as usual, and blew one golden chance on the break with a weak ball for the South Korean.
Heung-min Son 5
Fluffed Spurs’ best opening by firing over at the back post and took an extra touch when clean through from Kane’s pass, allowing Aaron Wan-Bissaka to get back and block. A hesitant showing.
Still looks a shadow of his best and didn’t have a shot of note. In fact, hard to remember a telling contribution aside for a pass to release Son.
Steven Bergwijn (Lucas 54’) 5
Operated from the left and made little impact on the game.
Tanguy Ndombele (Skipp 66’) 5
Struggled to get involved, although Spurs were already down and out by the time he came on.
Dele Alli (Lo Celso 77’) 5
Looked rusty on his first Premier League minutes since the defeat to Arsenal and did nothing.
Not used: Gollini, Doherty, Reguilon, Sanchez, Rodon, Tanganga.
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