Man United 1 Real Madrid 1: Player ratings as Martial impresses, Lingard scores

Anthony Martial impresses for Manchester United as the Premier League side to a penalty shootout win over Real Madrid in Santa Clara

Kieran Beckles
By Kieran Beckles at Levi's Stadium
Manchester United striker Anthony Martial Photo: The Sport Review

Manchester United

Sergio Romero Starting ahead of De Gea, Romero had little to do. 6/10

Timothy Fosu-Mensah Started at right-back but only exposed a couple of times by Gareth Bale. 6

Eric Bailly Lacked match sharpness and looked cumbersome. More work to be done in pre-season. 5

Phil Jones Good clearance to stop Bale’s cross. Recovered well to nudge Lucas Vazquez off the ball following Lukas Modric’s incisive pass. 7

Matteo Darmian With speculation about his future beyond the summer, Darmian was quiet on the left side of Manchester United’s defence. 6

Michael Carrick Good distribution with the ball from the 35-year-old, who was playing in 31 degree heat. 6

Marouane Fellaini Wasteful in possession. Dragged a cross behind Martial and Rashford in a promising position. Played a hand in the opener. Missed a great chance to net a winner with seven minutes remaining. 5

Andrea Pereira Back at Old Trafford from his loan spell in La Liga, solid first-half performance. 6

Anthony Martial (Man of the match) Couple of occasions when the France international had the ball at his feet and threatened to create something in the opening 40 minutes. Found an end product on the stroke of half-time. Cut in from the wing to beat three Real Madrid defenders and tee up Marcus Rashford from close range. Please note: He missed his penalty kick. 8

Jesse Lingard Spectacular shot from outside the area drew a good save from Keylor Navas. Came close to breaking the deadlock with a low effort before the England star got on the end of Martial’s cross to make it 1-0. 7

Marcus Rashford No signs of ring rust with a bright start up against Marcelo. 6

Substitutes

David De Gea Couldn’t stop Casemiro’s penalty but was alert to deny Luis Miguel Quezada’s free-kick effort. Saved three of Madrid’s spot-kicks. 6

Daley Blind Teasing cross just centimetres too high for Lukaku. Otherwise solid from the Dutch defender. 6

Victor Lindelof The new Manchester United signing conceded a second-half penalty after he brought down Real Madrid’s new arrival Theo Hernandez. Dreadful penalty – too. 4

Chris Smalling Did little of a note. 5

Antonio Valencia Replaced Darmian with 11 minutes to go. 5

Ander Herrera Wasted no time getting stuck into a challenge. Minutes later, he came off with an injury concern. N/A

Scott McTominay Replaced Herrera. Managed to evade a Real Madrid defender with some quick feet but found Fellaini in an offside position. Looks like a promising player. 7

Henrikh Mkhitaryan A couple of nice touches. 5

Paul Pogba A composed performance in midfield. 5

Romelu Lukaku Couldn’t get on the end of Blind’s curling cross. 5

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