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Nani holding up possession against Everton.
Paul Scholes, 7.0
Things just seem more under control with Scholes. He dictates possession and tempo as well as anyone in the Premier League, even though he retired last year.
He helped United spread the field by switching it at will, proving that he is still an important piece to the championship puzzle.
The Portugal international was dangerous as soon as he stepped on the pitch. He was a big reason United were able to keep possession in the attacking third for an entire hour.
Nani assisted the game-winning goal, offering an argument to be in the next starting lineup.
Javier Hernandez, 6.5
Chicarito will have trouble getting onto the pitch with all the other talented strikers United have. Yet, Sir Alex Ferguson held onto the Mexican international for a reason.
He came on with 20 minutes left in the game, and he offered a dangerous option when United pushed forward. He'll have his time to shine this year; it'll just be seen whether or not that's for the Red Devils.