Tuesday 30 May 2017

Player ratings from Manchester United's draw with Leicester

Wes Morgan scores the first goal for Leicester
Wes Morgan scores the first goal for Leicester

Eleanor Crooks

Leicester City's title party has been put on hold following today's 1-1 draw with Manchester United at Old Trafford. Here is how the players rated.

MANCHESTER UNITED

DAVID DE GEA: Could do nothing about the goal and dealt comfortably enough with everything else Leicester threw at him - 6 (out of 10)

ANTONIO VALENCIA: Crossed for Martial's goal and was a threat down the right - 6

CHRIS SMALLING: Has looked commanding this season and did again here. Hit the post with a header - 7

DALEY BLIND: Helped restrict Leonardo Ulloa and Shinji Okazaki to half chances - 7

MARCOS ROJO: Not the full-back's best game. Beaten by Wes Morgan for Leicester's goal and lucky not to concede a penalty - 5

MICHAEL CARRICK: Did his job well enough in front of the back four - 6

MAROUANE FELLAINI: A nuisance to the Leicester defence but lucky to get away with an elbow on Robert Huth - 5

WAYNE ROONEY: Grew in influence as the game went on in a midfield role that is beginning to look like his best. His passing was superb - 8

JESSE LINGARD: Saw a shot very well saved by Kasper Schmeichel but gave the ball away too readily - 5

ANTHONY MARTIAL: Once again took his goal brilliantly and looked a threat - 7

MARCUS RASHFORD: One of the teenager's quieter performances but worked hard and always wanted the ball - 6

SUBSTITUTES:

JUAN MATA (for Lingard, 62): Combined well with Rooney in midfield and United were better once he came on - 6

ANDER HERRERA (for Fellaini, 75): Did not have much of an impact - 5

MEMPHIS DEPAY (for Rashford, 82): His run tempted Danny Drinkwater into the foul that earned him a second yellow card - 5

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Wes Morgan's equaliser earned Leicester a point
 

LEICESTER

KASPER SCHMEICHEL: His brilliant save from Jesse Lingard came at a crucial moment - 7

DANNY SIMPSON: Might have seen red after giving the ball away to Lingard and then appearing to haul him back. Got forward well - 6

ROBERT HUTH: Has had a superb season and not much got past the big German here - 7

WES MORGAN: Showed great desire to head in Drinkwater's cross and might have had at least one more - 7

CHRISTIAN FUCHS: A difficult opening but recovered well to stem the threat of United down the right - 6

N'GOLO KANTE: Another strong showing from one of the Premier League's men of the season - 7

DANNY DRINKWATER: His delivery from free-kicks caused caused no end of problems for United but his afternoon ended early when he pulled back Memphis and was shown a second yellow card - 6

JEFFREY SCHLUPP: A lively presence and almost caught out De Gea with a cross - 6

RIYAD MAHREZ: Flitted in an out of the game but had some bright moments and might have won a penalty - 6

SHINJI OKAZAKI: Worked hard. Headed his best chance over the bar early on - 6

LEONARDO ULLOA: Held the ball up well but could not take advantage of the half chances that came his way - 6

SUBSTITUTES:

DEMARAI GRAY (for Okazaki, 67): Did not make much of an impact - 5

MARC ALBRIGHTON (for Schlupp, 77): Had one run down the right but came on as United began to dominate - 5

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