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David De Gea
Couldn't do much about Cluj's first and only goal.
His lightning-quick reflexes were once again on display as he pulled off stunning saves to deny hosts an equaliser in the second half.
All in all, the Spaniard can be happy with his performance.
The Brazilian worked tirelessly on both halves of the pitch. Ventured forward at every given opportunity without neglecting his defensive duties and was one of his side's standout performers.
Late to deny Kapetanos' strike early on, but quickly grew into the game. Made some key interceptions to stop counter-attacks in the second half. Substituted.
Didn't allow the Cluj offense to get the better of him and read the game surprisingly well showing glimpses of old self. Could have been sent off for an aggressive tackle late in the game.
A performance worthy of a first-team place.
The United captain failed to track back in the buildup to Kapetanos' goal and was lucky not to get sent off for a dangerous plunge in the first half. Nevertheless, supported the attack well, stretching the Cluj defense on numerous occasions.
Overall, a decent performance.