Player Ratings:1 Arsenal vs Manchester United 3,, Motm Award Goes To Surprise Man

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In a crazy game, David De Gea pulled off a number of wonderful saves to further emphasize his case as the world’s No.1 shot-stopper.

Lingard’s first followed Antonio Valencia’s opener before Arsenal finally pulled one back through Alexandre Lacazette, but Paul Pogba’s dribble and cut-back supplied the United academy star for a simple tap-in to end the game.

CECH: Not given much help by an Arsenal defence that looked vulnerable when United attacked. Mark: 6.

KOSCIELNY: The Gunners’ captain got better after a poor pass that led to United’s opener. Mark: 6.

MUSTAFI: Limped off after committing a horrible blunder that led to Lingard putting United 2-0 ahead. Mark: 4.

MONREAL: Looked like a left-back playing centre-back when ever the visitors attacked. Mark: 5.

BELLERIN: Unlucky with one long-range shot but defensively weak. Mark: 6.

RAMSEY: Helped turn the tide after United’s early double and set up Lacazette’s goal. Mark: 7.

XHAKA: Got Arsenal’s fans back onside with some blockbuster tackles in an impressive display. Subbed. Mark: 7.

KOLASINAC: Looked lost in a game played at a frantic and unrelenting pace.

Mark: 6.

SANCHEZ: Showed he’s still committed to the Arsenal cause and instrumental in their opener. Mark: 7.

OZIL: Showed some classy touches to show why United are interested in signing him. Mark: 7.

LACAZETTE: Not 100 percent fit but never gave up and got on the scoresheet.

Mark: 7.


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