De Gea- 7
United’s best player of the day. Thwarted Kane on two occasions and made a superb save against Son one on one, to keep his side in the game.
Was solid as usual, but was out of position many times, and looked uncomfortable at right-back.
Another poor performance from the English defender. Wasteful in possession and poor in tackling.
Couldn’t deal well with both Kane and Son, and his poor positioning led to both the goals.
Calm and solid in possession, and his crossing was absolutely lethal.
Anonymous performance from the young Mancunian, although it wasn’t his mistake as he was played in a midfield role.
Overrun in midfield, and struggled with Tottenham’s pace. But strung a few good passes and grew into the game in the second half.
Poor performance from the skipper. Made a mess out of his marking of Wanyama which led to the opener. Even his goal wasn’t enough to cover his poor display as he was wasteful in possession.
Worked hard as usual and tried to threaten Tottenham’s defence with his pace. But couldn’t do much as he was missing his attacking partner Rashford.
Was ineffective in attack as United enjoyed very little possession. Worked hard but was taken off in the second half.
Was United’s most active player in the first half, and even if he couldn’t convert two good chances, he was certainly a threat to the opposition. Shifted to his usual left wing role after the break and it gave instant result as he created a beautiful goal for Rooney.
His introduction paid dividends as United became more dominant in the midfield, which boosted their confidence and ultimately got them a goal back.
Made a couple of dangerous runs but was ineffective and quiet apart from that.
Had very little time to make an impact, but missed a good chance in added time.
Subs Not Used– Romero, Darmian, Mitchell, McTominay