With goals from Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, and Jadon Sancho, Erik ten Hag’s team won their third preseason match against the opposition.
United put on another another excellent display. Supporters are thrilled for the upcoming season after many excellent performances against Premier League rivals.
The Dutch manager is laying the foundation; these are the player evaluations for the win against Palace.
5/10 for David de Gea
The starting goalkeeper for United had a quiet first half. made a superb stop at his near post following a goal by Malcolm Ebiowei in the first half. After a superb header save, a mistake that resulted in Palace’s goal immediately followed.
(8) – Diogo Dalot
A very outstanding performance. Looking forward with confidence to possession and connection. Excellent handling and a cross helped contribute to the game’s first goal.
8/10 for Harry Maguire
After hearing jeers in the first few minutes, Maguire quieted the crowd with a strong performance. Excellent with the ball and prevented a score midway through the first half.
7/10 for Victor Lindelöf
The Swede put in a strong performance at the back. Very confident while launching assaults from the back and handled Palace’s counterattacks with skill.
7/10 for Tyrell Malacia
Malacia had outstanding ball control and gained several advantageous positions on the left on his club debut. got defensively tangled up. Before Martial’s first goal, he made a superb crossfield ball with his right foot.
7/10 for Scott McTominay
The Scotsman played admirably in the center and contributed to the right side’s strong performance under Ten Hag by making some good attacking moves.
Fred Rodriguez – 7/10
In the middle of midfield, another confident performance. used his tenacity to excellent advantage on occasion and provided a lovely line-splitting ball to Martial, who had a shot strongly blocked.
7/10 for Bruno Fernandes
Again, the midfielder displayed greater composure in the ball possession. Some fine passes in possession, but perhaps he ought to have been a little more self-centered when he squared to Sancho in the second half.
9/10 for Jadon Sancho
Sancho appeared really smart once more. The winger is enjoying the current mobility and link-up play that the squad has to offer. shown excellent finishing to score in the second half.
8/10 for Marcus Rashford
Played a vicious cross that Martial came just inches from converting. then assisted in the development of United’s third goal at the start of the second half. looking better and better as preseason progresses.
9/10 for Anthony Martial
Martial is still by far the best player in preseason. He scored a goal that was enthusiastically received and gave Sancho a standout assist. In addition, he was making all the runs a top-notch number nine should be making. Again, the link-up play was outstanding. United supporters will be pleading for him to continue this form this season.
7/10 for Donny van de Beek
Immediately after his cameo, he got involved by moving well and then playing selflessly to help Rashford score United’s second goal. After that, solid in possession.
5/10 for Aaron Wan-Bissaka
After he came on, there wasn’t much to do on the right.
3/10 for Will Fish
A dismissal following a shady foul as the final man. Sadly, he had previously made several good passes.
5/10 Alex Telles
Able to tell he is not a center-back. Occasionally got himself and the backline into trouble.
6/10 for Charlie Savage
Returned the ball to United, who then launched a deadly assault. Apart from one incident, continued with a good on-ball performance.