Manchester United 1-1 Celta Vigo: Red Devils stars rated and slated

first_img 14 SUB – Wayne Rooney – N/A – Wasted time effectively in what could be his final home European appearance for the club Eric Bailly – 6 – Largely dominated his opponents in the air but was caught out by Guidetti on occasions. Stupidly got himself involved in a fracas with Roncaglia and will now miss the final against Ajax 14 Antonio Valencia – 6 – Given more freedom to attack than his opposite fullback. Had little to worry to worry about defensively, but could not provide enough quality in the final third 14 Daley Blind – 5 – Irked Mourinho with his risky style of defending on the night. Tried to play his way out of danger at the wrong time and would have been punished by a more clinical striker than Guidetti 14 14 Jesse Lingard – 5 – Rarely a threat and failed to provide the energy that Mourinho asked for. Will struggle to keep his place in the starting XI for the final in Stockholm on this evidence Sergio Romero – 7 – Pulled off a number of fine saves to deny Aspas and co. Selected again ahead of David de Gea and looks on course to get the nod for the showpiece event in Stockholm Matteo Darmian – 6 – The Italian fullback was targeted just like he was at the Emirates on the weekend. Recovered from a shaky start, but was far from convincing, as United scraped through to the final Marouane Fellaini – 7 – A night to remember for the big Belgian. Played further forward and gave United the platform to be more calm in their play after heading the hosts in front. Pressed aggressively and benefited from being played to his strengths 14 14 14 Paul Pogba – 8 – The French star has turned into something of a talisman in recent weeks. Showed great strength in the middle of the park and displayed an array of tricks and skills to wow the Old Trafford crowd 14 Henrikh Mkhitaryan – 6 – The Armenian has showed his best form in the Europa League this season, but it was his defensive duties that shone brightest on the night. Drifted inside from his wide role to congest United’s attacks at times 14 Manchester United booked their place in the Europa League final after drawing with Celta Vigo 1-1 at Old Trafford to progress 2-1 on aggregate.Marouane Fellaini’s first half header looked to have safely guided the Red Devils into the showpiece final, before Facundo Roncaglia scored in the final minutes of normal time to make for a nervy ending.But despite a late fracas involving Eric Bailly and goal scorer Roncaglia – who were both sent off – Jose Mourinho’s side held on in front of a relieved home faithful.So, how did we rate their individual performances? Click the right arrow above to find out… Marcus Rashford – 7 – The youngster was asked to occupy a wider role when his team was out of possession – and it paid off handsomely. Produced a sensational cross for Fellaini to head United in front and caused Celta problems all night 14 14 14 SUB – Michael Carrick – 6 – Kept things relatively calm as Celta pushed for what would have been a winning goal Ander Herrera – 6 – Allowed Fellaini to threaten further forward as he largely sat back and protected the back-four. The Spaniard found it increasingly difficult to get a handle on the Celta midfield as the game progressed 14 SUB – Chris Smalling – N/A – Another defensive barrier for Celta to navigate in the dying stageslast_img

first_img 14 SUB – Wayne Rooney – N/A – Wasted time effectively in what could be his final home European appearance for the club Eric Bailly – 6 – Largely dominated his opponents in the air but was caught out by Guidetti on occasions. Stupidly got himself involved in a fracas with Roncaglia and will now miss the final against Ajax 14 Antonio Valencia – 6 – Given more freedom to attack than his opposite fullback. Had little to worry to worry about defensively, but could not provide enough quality in the final third 14 Daley Blind – 5 – Irked Mourinho with his risky style of defending on the night. Tried to play his way out of danger at the wrong time and would have been punished by a more clinical striker than Guidetti 14 14 Jesse Lingard – 5 – Rarely a threat and failed to provide the energy that Mourinho asked for. Will struggle to keep his place in the starting XI for the final in Stockholm on this evidence Sergio Romero – 7 – Pulled off a number of fine saves to deny Aspas and co. Selected again ahead of David de Gea and looks on course to get the nod for the showpiece event in Stockholm Matteo Darmian – 6 – The Italian fullback was targeted just like he was at the Emirates on the weekend. Recovered from a shaky start, but was far from convincing, as United scraped through to the final Marouane Fellaini – 7 – A night to remember for the big Belgian. Played further forward and gave United the platform to be more calm in their play after heading the hosts in front. Pressed aggressively and benefited from being played to his strengths 14 14 14 Paul Pogba – 8 – The French star has turned into something of a talisman in recent weeks. Showed great strength in the middle of the park and displayed an array of tricks and skills to wow the Old Trafford crowd 14 Henrikh Mkhitaryan – 6 – The Armenian has showed his best form in the Europa League this season, but it was his defensive duties that shone brightest on the night. Drifted inside from his wide role to congest United’s attacks at times 14 Manchester United booked their place in the Europa League final after drawing with Celta Vigo 1-1 at Old Trafford to progress 2-1 on aggregate.Marouane Fellaini’s first half header looked to have safely guided the Red Devils into the showpiece final, before Facundo Roncaglia scored in the final minutes of normal time to make for a nervy ending.But despite a late fracas involving Eric Bailly and goal scorer Roncaglia – who were both sent off – Jose Mourinho’s side held on in front of a relieved home faithful.So, how did we rate their individual performances? Click the right arrow above to find out… Marcus Rashford – 7 – The youngster was asked to occupy a wider role when his team was out of possession – and it paid off handsomely. Produced a sensational cross for Fellaini to head United in front and caused Celta problems all night 14 14 14 SUB – Michael Carrick – 6 – Kept things relatively calm as Celta pushed for what would have been a winning goal Ander Herrera – 6 – Allowed Fellaini to threaten further forward as he largely sat back and protected the back-four. The Spaniard found it increasingly difficult to get a handle on the Celta midfield as the game progressed 14 SUB – Chris Smalling – N/A – Another defensive barrier for Celta to navigate in the dying stageslast_img

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