Manchester United were held to a controversial 1-1 draw by Bournemouth at Old Trafford on Saturday’s early kick.

The away side had Andrew Surman sent off towards the end of the first half as referee Kevin Friend had a match to forget.

Here are our player ratings.

Manchester United

David De Gea – It was defence vs attack for most of the match leaving the United ‘keeper with very little to do. Had no chance with the penalty. 6

Antonio Valencia – Grabbed an assist after Rojo steered home his driven effort. Was always an outlet down the right hand side. 6

Phil Jones – His reckless tackle resulted in a penalty and he had such hairy moments afterwards. Didn’t look settled. 4

Marcos Rojo – Got himself on the scoresheet with anticipation you would usually associate with a striker. Was the best United defender on show today. 7

Luke Shaw – The former Southampton full-back looked understandably rusty. Jesse Lingard replaced him after 69 minutes of play. Did nothing to suggest he should be a starter though. 5

Michael Carrick – Like always, he kept play ticking over. Was replaced at the same time as Shaw as Mourinho brought on Fellaini in an attempt to find the winner. 6

Paul Pogba – the world's most expensive player fluffed his lines a couple of times today. He played the pretty passes but lacked that killer mentality. 4

Juan Mata – Kept his head as he looked to carve out the winner for the home side. Wasn't as his creative best but Bournemouth made it difficult. 7

Wayne Rooney – He seemed to be on the peripheral of everything. A few nice touches and positive passes but sacrificed for Rashford after 70 minutes. 6

Anthony Martial – A positive display from the makeshift winger. Found himself in good positions throughout but the final ball was lacking. Made a good challenge in added time as Arter was racing through. 7

Zlatan Ibrahimovic – A disappointing day at the office for the Swede who was fortunate not to get his marching orders in the first half. A penalty miss rounded off a performance to forget. 3

Mauroane Fellaini, Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford all came on after 69 minutes but it was hard to judge their performances when it was like a training session – break down the opposition.

Subs: Smalling, Lingard, Blind, Rashford, Romero, Ander Herrera, Fellaini.


Artur Boruc – An enigmatic performance which saw him make good saves one minute and leave you scratching your head the next. Ultimately, he kept the away side in the game though with a host of saves. 9

Adam Smith – Unfortunate to be penalised for a handball which gave United the chance to take the lead. Solid display other than that though. 6

Steve Cook – The Bournemouth captain held firm as United turned the screw. Aerially dominant and kept a calm head. 7

Tyrone Mings – At the centre of a lot of controversy. His stamp on Ibrahimovic was naughty and he was fortunate not to see red. Taken off after picking up an injury. 4

Charlie Daniels – Played his part in the Bournemouth defence as they dug deep to take home a point. 6

Harry Arter – Like many other players today he was fortunate to see the game out. Should have picked up a second yellow for a tackle on Pogba but escaped punishment. Other than that it was a disciplined performance. 6

Andrew Surman – Unfortunate to be shown a red card but lost his head when he pushed Ibrahimovic over to pick up his second yellow 2

Ryan Fraser – Never stopped running and was switched on defensively a number of times. Should be proud of his performance. 7

Joshua King – Expertly slotted away with the penalty to bring his side level. Did a job on the left in the second half before Max Gradel replaced him. 7

Danny Pugh – He was sacrificed after Surman was sent off and replaced at half-time. Hard to really judge his performance. 5

Benik Afobe – A lot of his work today was in his own half but he didn't shirk those responsibilities. A selfless performance which helped his team. 7

Dan Gosling, Max Gradel and Baily Cargill came off the bench and slotted in well. 6

Subs: Gosling, Gradel, Brad Smith, Allsop, Wilshere, Ibe, Cargill.

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