Manchester United  Player Ratings vs. Sevilla: Harry Maguire and Tyrell Malacia’s madness leads to equaliser

Manchester United  Player Ratings vs. Sevilla: Harry Maguire and Tyrell Malacia's madness leads to equaliser

Manchester United held Sevilla to a 2-2 draw after late calls from Tyrell Malacia and Harry Maguire.

Manchester United can regret not being able to beat Sevilla and losing with two own goals.
The Red Devils rallied from defeat thanks to two devastating first-half strikes from Marcel Sabitzer and were looking to win. Instead, Sevilla took the lead when a terrible mistake by Tyrell Malacia allowed the Dutch defender to score an own goal. The Spaniards continued their momentum and scored another own goal to equalize in extra time. This time, Harry Maguire accidentally scored an own goal. United now face a rocky trip away from the atmospheric Sanchez Pizjuan and it will take a lot of character to see them through. Rafael Varane was also injured. Goal rates Manchester United’s players after a great night at Old Trafford…
Before the break, Tangui Nianzu made a crucial reflex save with a header and later another excellent save from Suso missed by both defenders. Aaron Wan-Bissaka (6/10):

They have a strong defense but can do more in attack.
Raphael Varane (6/10):

After De Gea’s save, he headed the loose ball over the line. He was taken off the field due to an injury.
Lisandro Martinez (7/10):

Another big possession and helped set up the first goal was his direct pass to the floor. Two Sevilla players left the field in pain with serious injuries. This could be a season-changing event for the starting quarterback. Tyrell Malaysia (3/10):

Manchester United  Player Ratings vs. Sevilla: Harry Maguire and Tyrell Malacia's madness leads to equaliser

Everyone fought. He was punished harshly in the first half in possession by Lucas Ocampos and scored a well-deserved goal for Sevilla. Marcel Sabitzer Manchester United Sevilla 2022-23 Getty Images
Marcel Sabitzer (9/10):

He scored two excellent goals and played as a center forward for most of the second half. Do your best to transfer credit permanently. Casemiro (6/10):

He was out for the first time since March due to a suspension at home and looked a little out of place.
Bruno Fernandez (6/10):

With the return of Casemiro, he returned to a more developed role and scored the opening goal. After receiving a harsh yellow card for handball, he missed the second game.
Anthony Martial Manchester United Sevilla 2022-23 Getty Images
Anthony (7/10):

Continue working and cut the Seville into ribbons. I was even unlucky not to score when I hit the net in the second half.
Anthony Martial (8/10):

Sabitzer’s second goal and excellent ball handling were impressive in his first start in three months. Too bad he took her so early.
Jadon Sancho (5/10):

In the first minute he put the ball in the net, but it was declared offside and it was good that he caught it. He consistently failed to beat his man and was too slow to pass the ball.

Confident in possession early on, he was loudly booed by the Old Trafford crowd as he outpaced two Sevilla players in midfield. After that it went downhill. Was the own goal his fault? No, the ball came to him unexpectedly from close range, but his reflexes could have been better.
Christian Eriksen (6/10):

Despite being one of the best substitutes, he made a few mistakes. Wehhost bout (4/10):

The goalkeeper ‘Sevilla’ followed Bono and scored. Other than that, little was done. Anthony Elanga (5/10):

It was rarely served on site for more than 30 minutes. Another big chance to prove it was wasted. Facundo Felistri (absent):

He came on in the 81st minute.
Erik Ten Haag (5/10):

His strategy worked like magic, but he is responsible for the late downfall. He was without a substitute when Martinez was injured and United were down to 10 men after around 10 minutes, during which Sevilla were level.

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