Manchester United recovered from being 2-0 down early doors to win 3-2 against Newcastle United at Old Trafford on Saturday Evening.
Goals from Kenedy and Yoshinori Muto gave Newcastle an early first-half lead, putting more pressure on United boss Jose Mourino.
Newcastle held firm for most of the second half before first-half substitute Juan Mata got a goal back for United on 70 minutes.
Anthony Martial would then get the leveller for the Red Devils six minutes later through a Paul Pogba pass.
Then, at the death, Alexis Sanchez netted the winner for United, giving Jose Mourinho a much needed win.
Here’s how we rated United’s players in the win.
David de Gea - 7
Kept United in the game with some decent saves.
Ashley Young - 5
Almost gave away a penalty, but was part of the build up to the winner.
Eric Bailly - N/A
Taken off after 19 minutes after United went 2-0 down.
Chris Smalling - 4
Struggled. Again. United need better defenders.
Luke Shaw - 5
Didn’t make much of an impact.
Scott McTominay - 1
Completely out of his depth. Rightfully subbed.
Nemanja Matic - 4
Missed a complete sitter. Lucky to stay on.
Paul Pogba - 6
Stepped up in the second half, but still needs to improve.
Marcus Rashford - 4
Worked hard but needs to be more clinical.
Romelu Lukaku - 5
Didn’t have a single chance. Still worked hard.
Anthony Martial - 7
His superb equaliser was exactly why he was picked to start.
Juan Mata (Sub) -
Should’ve really started after getting United going with a great free kick.
Marouane Fellaini (Sub) - 7
Did well when he came on after half time.
Alexis Sanchez (Sub) - 7
Scored a much needed goal after a tough week for the winger.
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