Manchester United vs Newcastle United Player Ratings

Manchester United vs Newcastle United Player Ratings

Manchester United vs Newcastle United Summary

Manchester United hosted Newcastle United at Old Trafford yesterday and scripted a narrow 3-2 win over Eddie Howe’s team. The win allowed United to go level on points with Newcastle with the latter having a superior goal difference. Let us look at the Manchester United vs Newscastle United player ratings.

Manchester United Player Ratings

Goalkeeper and defence

Andre Onana (7.5/10)
Onana made five saves today which four of them were shots from the inside of the box.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka (7.2/10)
He showed a pretty balanced performance throughout the game with some ball distributions and some mistakes as well.

Casemiro (7.5/10)
The Brazilian has been enjoying his new role with the club which he has done it really well.

Johnny Evans (6.6/10)
A quite promising partnership with Casemiro at the back, made multiple clearances and interceptions during the game.

Diogo Dalot (6.7/10)
Helped the attacking side tonight with all of his effort. His 82% of ball distribution just showed how helping he was for United.


Kobbie Mainoo (7.8/10)
The youngster showed another promising performance by guarding the midfield and opened the lead for Manchester United.

Sofyan Amrabat (6.6/10)
Struggled to keep up with Anthony Gordon, leading him to make a few mistakes which almost cost United a goal.


Amad Diallo (8.7/10)
He scored the goal when his team needed it the most, just like in the FA match against Liverpool.

Scott McTominay (6.7/10)
One of the best ball distributors in the midfield of Manchester United in the game. He made one shot on target which was blocked by Dubravka.

Alejandro Garnacho (6.6/10)
Threatened Newcastle multiple times with his pace and agility, had a good link-up with Bruno and Casemiro.

Bruno Fernandes (8/10)
The Portuguese was everywhere in the game, distributing the ball for his teammates and created several chances.


Rasmus Hojlund (7.3/10)
Made a good impact with his goal after replacing fellow goal scorer Amad Diallo.

Lisandro Martinez (6.1/10)
The Butcher returned after a long injury which put him out for months.

Marcus Rashford (6.5/10)
Not much he can do despite playing at the front. No shots were deliver and no successful dribble attempt.

Christian Eriksen (N/A)

Newcastle United Player Ratings

Goalkeeper and defence

Martin Dubravka (7.1/10)
He made five saves during his full-match appearance in this game.

Kieran Trippier (6.5/10)
As energetic as ever, Trippier helped Newcastle to keep up with the pace of United’s frontline.

Emil Krafth (6.5/10)
Overall it was a solid performance from the Swedish with six clearances and one block.

Dan Burn (6.7/10)
Making himself busy to create chances throughout the game. He was a threat for United’s midfielder with his determination.

Lewis Hall (7.5/10)
One of the exceptional player for Newcastle in the game. He made six successful long pass to create chances at the front.


Elliot Anderson (6.7/10)
He distributed 15 successful passes from 17 attempts.

Bruno Guimaraes (7.3)
Dictated the tempo really well in the midfield. His movement caused troubles for Manchester United’s defence several times.

Sean Longstaff 6.6/10)
Made such an impact on the right-hand side of the flank with his movement and goal distribution.


Anthony Gordon (8.1/10)
The Scouser continued his outstanding performance with Newcastle. Gordon gave a tough challenge for United’s defensive force

Jacob Murphy (7.5/10)
One of the underrated players for Newcastle in the game, including his assist for Gordon.

Alexander Isak (6.8/10)
The Swedish was one of the watched players on the pitch, making him hard to deliver shots on target.


Joelinton (7.6/10)
Made a quite significant impact with his presence in the midfield, delivering two shots on target and a key pass

Miguel Almiron (6.5/10)
Th Paraguayan came on to the pitch in hope for Newcastle’s goal addition. But he only touched the ball nine times with no shots.

Fabian Schar (6.5/10)
Not a bad display from the Swiss footballer with one blocking.

Harvey Barnes (6.7/10)
Had not much time to show his ability but still managed to deliver two successful crosses.