Player Ratings for Manchester United's Season: Evaluating costly disappointments and surprising discoveries

The season for Manchester United was filled with both great successes and devastating failures. They performed poorly in European competitions and the Premier League, but were able to showcase their strongest performance under the leadership of Erik ten Hag when they defeated Manchester City in the final of the FA Cup.

Ten Hag’s clever tactics against Pep Guardiola cannot hide the fact that they have been performing poorly in the Premier League, resulting in their worst-ever season. Their performance in the Champions League was also disappointing, as they only managed to win one out of their six group games, making it their worst campaign yet.

Despite being considered underdogs, they managed to defeat City in the Cup Final, showcasing the potential of this team. Below is a breakdown of their performances throughout the season.

Mason Mount

Onana Andre, rating of 7 out of 10

United’s sole consistent player in the Premier League, managed to bounce back from a challenging beginning and perform admirably.

Rating for Diogo Dalot: 6

Despite facing difficulties at times in the full-back position, the Portuguese player persevered and ultimately achieved success at Wembley.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka: 6

Once again, he struggled to maintain a steady performance, but he excelled during the FA Cup Final.

Shaw, Luke 6

Due to injuries, his participation was limited to only 15 matches and now he must hurry to secure a spot in England’s Euro 2024 team.

Maguire, Harry 7

Huge credit should be given to him for not giving up when ten Hag attempted to trade him to West Ham, and he stood firm for United.

5, Victor Lindelof

The Swede’s time with United was hindered by injuries, causing him to miss 21 games during his campaign.

Varane, Raphael 5

The individual from France made commitments that exceeded his actual performance and is now departing from Old Trafford after a period of three years.

6 Jonny Evans

Had a successful comeback to United, but the 36-year-old is uncertain if he will receive an offer for a contract renewal.

Manchester United’s Jonny Evans played a larger role in the team this season than originally anticipated.

Martinez, Lisandro 6

According to Ten Hag, the Argentinian player is crucial to his team’s defense. However, he was unable to play for most of the season due to an injury but made a strong comeback in the FA Cup Final.

Casemiro: 3

The Brazilian’s performance as a temporary centre-half was not satisfactory and he may depart in the upcoming summer.

Eriksen, C. (4)

The 32-year-old has been caught up by time and may also be let go.

Diallo, A. : 6

In the FA Cup, the midfielder from Ivory Coast scored a remarkable winning goal in the final minute against Liverpool.

Sofyan Amrabat: 6

As his loan term comes to an end, the Moroccan player will go back to Fiorentina. However, he showcased his finest performance during the FA Cup Final.

Antony: 1

With only three goals under his belt, the Brazilian once again demonstrated his exorbitant price tag of £82million as a colossal waste of money.

Mainoo Kobbie: 8

At only 19 years old, the young player made a splash by scoring an unforgettable goal during the FA Cup Final. Now, he has been selected to join the England squad for Euro 2024.

McTominay, S. 7

With 10 goals to his name, he proved to be a crucial player for United, often rescuing the team from difficult situations. However, his abilities as a player were also revealed to have certain limitations.

Mason Mount: 1

Despite the presence of injuries, United would have anticipated scoring more than one goal for a hefty sum of £55 million.

Bruno Fernandes: 9

Throughout the season, he was able to score a total of 15 goals while playing in the midfield. Additionally, he also provided 10 assists, one of which was a pass to Kobbie Mainoo in the FA Cup Final, showcasing his impressive performance throughout the season.

Garnacho, Alejandro: 8

This season, the 19-year-old player was a notable discovery and contributed 10 goals to the team. One of his goals, an overhead volley during a Premier League match against Everton, was even named the Goal of the Season.

Marcus Rashford: 3

Despite his impressive performance last season, he only scored eight goals this season and as a result, he was not selected for England’s Euro 2024 team.

Anthony Martial: 1

In his 19 appearances for United, he only managed to score two goals, and it is safe to say that his departure this summer will not be missed by any fans.

Rasmus Hojlund: 7

At just 21 years old, the Dane persisted and ultimately scored a total of 16 goals, showcasing his potential as a top-notch striker.

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