Tottenham head into the break against Erik ten Hag’s side currently 2-0 down.

Fraser Forster: Could do little about Sancho’s opener. Came out well to spread himself to stop his side from conceding further and later got down well to save from Rashford once again. 6.

Pedro Porro: Similar to Newcastle, he left far too much space for Sancho to get his shot away. 5.

Cristian Romero

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Cristian Romero: The World Cup winner has to be making better decisions defensively, he was also at fault for failing to close down Sancho.   Did well with a block to help deny United a second. 5.

Eric Dier: Is getting turned too easily by the United front line at times.  Got absolutely done by Rashford for the second. 3.

Clement Lenglet: Has Forster to thank for denying Rashford after he lost track of the striker. 5.

Ivan Perisic: Saved a second United goal when he cleared off the line.  Saw his header from a corner saved by De Gea and had a great opportunity to level before half time and was punished at the other end. 6.

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg: Picked up a  booking just before half time.  Has done very little to influence matters and was partly to blame for the second after losing the ball. 4.

Oliver Skipp: Failed to win the tackle in the build-up to Sancho’s opener, a partnership with Hojbjerg offers no creativity. 4.

Heung-min Son: Plenty of running but no end product. 5.

Richarlison: Fired his first chance on goal directly at De Gea.  He has looked better playing on the left-hand side of the pitch.  Showed his lack of confidence when he tried to square a ball to Porro when he had a direct opportunity to shoot. 6.

Harry Kane Has not had any clear chances, partly due to the fact he’s playing deeper to try to get Son and Richarlison in behind. 5.

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