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Manchester United player ratings at Valtality Stadium against Bournemouth

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Manchester United player ratings: Andreas Pereira and Victor Lindelof poor vs Bournemouth

The Premier League Match Between Bournemouth vs Manchester United On Saturday 2nd November, at Vitality Stadium

Bournemouth’s Joshua King brings end to Manchester United’s revival
Manchester United clashed with Bournemouth

Man Utd vs Bournemouth ended in a 1-0 loss for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the Premier League fixture

Harry Maguire

For a captaincy contender, there was a lack of communication with the lethargic Lindelof. Looked slow at times. 5

Ashley Young

Lacked support at times at left-back and Bournemouth seized on the hesitancy to make it 1-0. Booked. 5

Fred

Okay on the ball and tried to force the issue but could not break Bournemouth down. 5

David de Gea

Made a decent save with his feet but could do little about the opening goal. Saved well from Harry Wilson. 6

Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Had defended soundly up until Joshua King flicked the ball over his head. Still nigh-on anonymous in the final third. 4

Victor Lindelof

Failed to rise for an early header and never regained composure. All over the place for King’s goal. His regression continues. 3

Scott McTominay

It would be churlish to say the hype had gone to his head but this was an uncharacteristically sloppy performance. 3

Andreas Pereira

Back to normal. Wasted decent half-chances at 0-0. Norwich was an anomaly. Pereira should not be United’s playmaker. 3

Marcus Rashford

Killed the ball immaculately a couple of times and was targeted by the hatchet man. Stayed out on the wing and was restricted. 6

Daniel James

A regular thorn in the first-half and United’s regular outlet until Bournemouth got a foothold in the game. 6

Anthony Martial

Strangely subdued after his performance at Norwich and ‘rest’ at Chelsea. Back on mercurial and maddening form. 4

Subs

Jesse Lingard

Didn’t do enough. 5

Brandon Williams

Brought energy. 5

Mason Greenwood

Hit the post. 6