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Half-Time Player Ratings: Man Utd 1-2 Forest

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Manchester United found themselves two goals behind faster than ever before in the Premier League during their match against Nottingham Forest. However, they managed to get a goal back thanks to Christian Eriksen’s clever touch. Here’s how the players have fared so far, according to the mid-game ratings:

Andre Onana received a score of 5 out of 10. He could have done better with the first goal and was faultless for the second. Aside from that, his performance has been unremarkable.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka also gets a 5. He was responsible for losing his marker during Nottingham Forest’s second goal and squandered two great opportunities to deliver a cross into the box.

Raphael Varane earns a 7 for his excellent defensive transitions, preventing a third goal against United.

Lisandro Martinez has had a steady game, deserving his rating of 6.

Diogo Dalot has been influential when cutting inside but hasn’t had much influence and gets a 6.

Casemiro has been less impressive, receiving a 5. He’s made some poor choices, particularly when leaving his position to tackle, and has had several clumsy touches.

Christian Eriksen gets a 7, mainly for his goal but also for his general play, although he’s had a few slip-ups.

Bruno Fernandes has been fairly good at creating opportunities and is rated at 6.

Antony has improved as the game progressed and has a rating of 6, although he hasn’t been very effective in crucial areas.

Anthony Martial hasn’t shown much to earn more than a 5, with limited contributions so far.

Marcus Rashford also receives a 6, his performance being largely subpar except for one moment of brilliance leading to United’s only goal so far.

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