Here’s how the United players fared in their last league game of the season-
Was a bit nervous in the beginning but dealt well with Milivojevic’s free kick. Could’ve been a worse debut for him had Benteke’s header gone in instead of hitting the post.
Fosu Mensah- 7
Made some rash challenges in his intense battle with Zaha. Was overall solid, and made up for his poor positioning with a couple of perfectly-timed tackles.
Did well to shut down a player of Benteke’s ability. Looked injured on two occasions, but still managed to play 90 minutes. Will be a big miss for the Stockholm game, as United’s defence will miss his commanding presence.
Didn’t have much to do but was reliable whenever called upon. Was found in the opponent’s half more often than usual, as he tried to help his team score a third.
Gave a glimpse of United’s future as he and Harrop made a wonderful pair down the left side. Didn’t look like a debutant, as he was pretty confident on the ball and also managed to show his skills.
Composed on the ball and looked like a Carrick in the making. Complemented Pogba well, along with shielding of the back four.
Had his best outing of the season, as he was visibly comfortable against a poor Palace midfield. Was mostly involved in attack and looked like a natural midfielder. Was brilliant in passing, as he had a pass accuracy of 98.4%, as he misplaced just ONE out of 63 passes. Not bad for a central midfielder, right?
Superb performance from the young Frenchman in his first outing since his father’s gloomy demise. Scored with a fine finish, and his assist for Harrop’s opener was sublime. Hauled off before the half-time whistle as Mourinho looked to keep him fresh for the Ajax finale.
Emphatic performance from the winger, who presented a strong case for his inclusion in the Europa League Final. His usual runs were pretty dangerous against a lacklustre Palace defence, and his assist for Pogba rounded off his solid outing.
Excellent debut from the young left winger, who scored a sumptuous goal after some eye-catching skill. Was a constant threat on the left side, and bed in well on the right as well after the break. Exciting performance from a youngster who’s one to watch out for in the coming years.
Decent but frustrating performance for the skipper. Had a great lobbed effort go off target in the opening minutes, and his constant futile efforts to score a goal hinted that this could be his last Old Trafford outing.
Replaced Pogba in the 45th minute. Shielded the back four well, and this could very possibly turn out to be his last competitive game for United if Mourinho opts against a three-man midfield against Ajax.
Came on for Lingard just before halftime, but didn’t do much to show that he deserves a place in United’s line-up in the showpiece finale.
Came on in the closing minutes, and looked confident and bright. Aged 16, he became one of United’s youngest debutants.
Subs Not Used- O’Hara, Blind, Dearnley, Willock.