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At fault for the first goal when he pushed the ball into the net but did make a couple of good saves from Aubameyang at 2-2 to keep United in it.
His first appearance since being subbed before half time against Newcastle was much imoproved as he helped keep Aubameyang quiet going forward.
Was important to United to keep Aubameyang and Lacazette quiet but could have done better for the two goals.
Caught in possession for the second goal and always looked suspect before being substituted.
Was one of United's best players going forward and defended well against Kolasinac and Iwobi to keep them shut out on the right.
Darmian was OK going forward but could have done with a bit more compsure when in good positions on the left.
Sured up the midfield and made sure Arsenal struggled to go through the middle and also helped spring attacks well with his passing.
Made sure the defence was well protected and ensured they were never under unnecessary pressure.
Never gave up and was rewarded with the equaliser and was a constant threat that kept Arsenal under pressure up top.
Was quick to react to score the first equaliser and his pace ensured that United were always a threat going forward.
Not as effective as he would have liked to have been but he did have a couple of dangerous moments when running at the defence.
Luakaku - 6, Fellaini - 5, Pogba - 5
Was not at fault for either goal and was let down by the defence and made a couple of good saves from long range.
Picked up a booking and was always looked like a liability at the back against Martial and struggled to make an impact going forward.
Held the defence when United were on the frontfoot before half-time and did well to score the opener.
Sokratis was steady in defence and did well to calm down Arsenal as United pressed.
Could have done better to cut out the cross for Martial's equaliser before having his night cut short by injury.
The left-back was kept quiet going forward due to Dalot consistently causing problems for him.
Torreira was solid in defensive midfield again and helped keep Guendouzi disciplined.
The young Frenchman was caught in possession a couple of times but managed to find a couple of nice balls in behind the defence.
The captain for the night was taken off at half-time due to injury and when he was on the pitch Arsenal looked more stable.
Lacked any creative spark going forward and was rightly substituted as he failed to produce chances in the final third.
The striker should have scored when he was fed the ball by Kolasinac but drove his shot at De Gea.
Lichtsteiner - 6, Mkhitaryan - 6, Lacazette 7