Manchester United player ratings vs Sheffield United as Bruno Fernandes and Harry Maguire impress

-Credit:2024 Manchester United FC
-Credit:2024 Manchester United FC

Andre Onana

His misplaced pass led to Jayden Bogle putting Sheffield United ahead. Well beaten for the second goal. 5

Diogo Dalot

Swapped flanks with Aaron Wan-Bissaka and nearly scored in the opening 30 seconds. More midfielder than full back at times and lost the ball for the second goal. 6


Not unduly troubled at centre-back as United had the majority of the ball. Robust in his duels and put in a reasonable shift. 7

Harry Maguire

Two goals in two games for one of the few in-form United players. Won the penalty that allowed Bruno Fernandes to equalise. 8

Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Involved in some decent link-up play with Antony as they resumed their unlikely alliance. Much more comfortable back at right back. 6

Christian Eriksen

Had a lot of the ball on his first start since January but not particularly dynamic or game-changing when he had it. Predictably substituted. 5

Kobbie Mainoo

Bright in a more advanced role as Eriksen took a back seat. Had a shot saved but there was an offside in the build-up. Consistently good. 7


Little end product despite some reasonable openings. Hooked for Amad in the 56th minute after another harmless performance. Many United fans cheered when he was removed. 4

Bruno Fernandes

Involved but ineffectual in the first half but equalised from the spot in the second. Scored a great goal to put United ahead and now top scorer this season. 8

Alejandro Garnacho

Should have put United 1-0 up but placed the ball too close to Wes Foderingham. Crossed for Maguire to level and ran relentlessly. 7

Rasmus Hojlund

Had what felt like his first shot in months but a bit of a non-event again. Plugged away and got his first goal in more than two months. 6



One of his quieter performances off the bench. 5

Scott McTominay

Energised the midfield. 6

Ethan Wheatley

Academy graduate 250. 6

Sofyan Amrabat

Rare outing. 5


Picked a predictable XI and the full-back switch, with Dalot encouraged to occupy more central positions, did not entirely come off but United were more creative and came back twice. 6