Manchester United cruised into the fifth round of the Emirates FA Cup with. 4-0 win over struggling League 2 side, Yeovil Town, despite Jose Mourinho making nine changes. Here are how his side rated:
Sergio Romero – 7
Clean sheet, making all the saves he needed to.
Matteo Darmian – 4
Did nothing going forward and was poor defensively too. A long way off being an adequate alternative to Antonio Valencia.
Victor Lindelof – 5
A nervy performance from the Swede, and struggled with the aerial threat of the Glovers.
Marcos Rojo – 5
Like his defensive partner, looked nervous at times, offering Yeovil encouragement every time they went forward, especially in the first half.
Luke Shaw – 6
A solid game and the best performance from any of the back four. Had a good opportunity to grab his first Manchester United goal.
Michael Carrick – 7
Not played a second of football since September, but you wouldn’t have guessed it. Calm, composed, classy.
Ander Herrera – 7
Did well in midfield, scoring the crucial second goal with a very tidy finish to take the game, and any hope, away from Yeovil.
Scott McTominay – 5
Did ok, but not his finest performance in a red shirt, giving the ball away too often, and often needing an extra touch. Almost opened his United account with a fine effort which was well saved.
Juan Mata – 6
Not brilliant, but did ok. You would have expected the £37.5m man to dominate considering the opposition but didnt.
Alexis Sanchez – 8
Kicked, Booed, and called a waste of money, but the Chilean silenced his critics by creating constant problems for the Yeovil midfield and defence, grabbing two assists before being replaced after 70 minutes.
Marcus Rashford – 6
Opened the scoring after sheer persistence just before the break, and worked hard throughout, but aside from the goal, didnt get too involved.
Romelu Lukaku – 7
Continued his good run of form, holding the ball up much better than Rashford, and grabbed a goal late on – his 18th of the season.
Jesse Lingard – 7
A fine cameo from the Englishman, who grabbed an a goal in excellent fashion.
Angel Gomes – 7
A brief, but impressive cameo from the 17-year-old World Cup winner, who almost grabbed a goal at the death after some good work down the left