PLAYER RATINGS: Scott McTominay drove Manchester United on with his energy, while Bruno Fernandes and Timo Werner both had games to forget
- Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw with Chelsea on Sunday afternoon
- Alonso never stopped running but tired on his first league outing for two months
- Chelsea’s two best chances fell to Hudson-Odoi but he couldn’t beat De Gea
- Meanwhile, Lindelof led the defensive effort as Manchester United hung on
Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw with Chelsea on Sunday afternoon despite taking the lead through Jadon Sancho’s goal.
The England international capitalised on Jorginho’s error to score his second goal in a week, before the Italian atoned for his error by scoring a penalty.
Sportsmail‘s Chris Wheeler has rated how the players performed during the Premier League clash on Sunday afternoon.
Cristian Ronaldo’s Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw against Chelsea on Sunday
EDOUARD MENDY – 6
Did he touch the ball with his hands? Exposed for the goal and poor kick almost gave away a second.
TREVOH CHALOBAH – 7
Cruised through the first half but had his hands full with Rashford in the second.
THIAGO SILVA – 7
Solid at the back and made the most of Wan-Bissaka’s challenge to ensure his team won a penalty.
Silva was solid at the back and made the most of Wan-Bissaka’s challenge to win the penalty
ANTONIO RUDIGER – 6.5
Missed glaring late chance having rattled the bar from 25 yards in the first half.
REECE JAMES – 6.5
Posed a threat from both flanks after switching, but quiet by his high standards.
RUBEN LOFTUS-CHEEK – 6.5
In for the injured Kante. Decent shift in midfield but headed late chance over.
JORGINHO – 6
His mis-control handed United the lead, and will be hugely relieved to equalise from the spot.
MARCOS ALONSO – 6.5
Never stopped running and no surprise he tired on his first league outing for two months.
Alonso never stopped running so no surprise he tired on his first league outing for two months
HAKIM ZIYECH – 6
A real handful for United but couldn’t make the most of a handful of half chances.
TIMO WERNER – 5
Had to wait nearly an hour for the first of two clear opportunities but failed to convert either.
CALLUM HUDSON-ODOI – 7
Chelsea’s two best chances of the first half fell to him, but he couldn’t beat De Gea.
Chelsea’s two best chances of the first half fell to Hudson-Odoi but he couldn’t beat De Gea
DAVID DE GEA – 7
Only beaten from the spot following his saves from Ziyech and Hudson-Odoi.
AARON WAN-BISSAKA – 5.5
Conceded penalty with careless challenge but made a vital interception to deny Werner.
ERIC BAILLY – 6.5
In for Maguire, got turned by Ziyech early on but gave away very little after that.
VICTOR LINDELOF – 6.5
It wasn’t pretty or easy, but he led the defensive effort as United hung on.
It wasn’t pretty or easy, but Lindelof led the defensive effort as United hung on
ALEX TELLES – 5.5
Struggled to stop a steady supply of crosses from the United, and rarely got forward.
SCOTT McTOMINAY – 7.5
Drove United on with his energy, even after he was booked just before half-time.
NEMANJA MATIC – 6.5
The extra defensive midfielder and a calming influence when United were being overrun.
FRED – 6
Worked tirelessly but guilty of poor attempt at a chip when handed a chance late on.
BRUNO FERNANDES – 5
Can’t fault his spirit but another hit and miss performance from the Portuguese.
Can’t fault his spirit but another hit and miss performance from Bruno Fernandes (above)
JADON SANCHO – 7
Took his second goal in two games really well. United career finally taking off.
MARCUS RASHFORD – 6
Couldn’t make an impact in the first half but transformed after the interval.