Manchester United clawed their way back to a huge 2-1 victory over Juventus at the Allianz Stadium.
Cristiano Ronaldo put the hosts ahead before United scored twice in the last five minutes thanks to Juan Mata and an own goal.
Despite the victory, there were plenty of poor displays for United including Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic.
Anthony Martial enjoyed another good display as well as Luke Shaw and Ander Herrera.
Take a look below to reveal the Manchester United player ratings against Juventus
David De Gea – 6
Made some solid yet routine saves throughout the game. Couldn’t have been expected to save Ronaldo’s screamer, but could he have rushed off his line to claim the ball ahead of the Juventus man?
Ashley Young – 6
Poor deliveries aside, Young had an average game against tough opposition. You still feel like United need Antonio Valencia or a new right-back in the side.
Chris Smalling – 7
Enjoyed a strong first half to severely restrict Ronaldo, slow to react for the goal but he wasn’t entirely to blame.
Victor Lindelof – 6
Like Smalling, he put in a strong shift during the opening 45 minutes but was completely caught out for Ronaldo’s strike. His lack of pace was exploited.
Luke Shaw – 7
It was a long, long night for Shaw who had to cope with the blistering pace of Juan Cuadrado combined with a drifting Ronaldo. He was brave in the tackle and coped well under huge pressure.
Ander Herrera – 7
Performed his role well, breaking up the play throughout the opening half, but once United fell behind, he was rendered ineffective before being subbed off.
Nemanja Matic – 5
A disappointing display from a player who has failed to deliver in 2018/19 so far. He looked far too slow and like the reverse fixture, lacked any authority in the game against energetic opposition.
Paul Pogba – 5
He was chasing shadows for most of the game, despite the victory. It’s amazing to think he was once the lynchpin of the Juventus side who looked leagues above his level tonight.
Jesse Lingard – 5
Inevitably rusty on his return to action after a month on the sidelines. Didn’t have much of an impact.
Alexis Sanchez – 6
Endeavoured throughout. His application and work rate could not be faulted.
Anthony Martial – 7
Couldn’t get on the scoresheet, but his tracking back and discipline throughout has to be commended. It was a mature, organised display from him.