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Manchester United vs. Everton: Live Ratings for the Red Devils

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 04:  Marouane Fellaini of Manchester United competes with Ross Barkley of Everton during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Everton at Old Trafford on December 4, 2013 in Manchester, England.  (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)
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Michael CummingsWorld Football Lead WriterDecember 4, 2013

Manchester United hosted Everton in a Premier League match Wednesday evening. Check back here for live ratings for Manchester United's players during and after the match.

Below will appear ratings for the Red Devils at halftime and full time, along with a brief analysis for each player.

Everton won the match 1-0 on a second-half goal by Bryan Oviedo. It was Everton's first Premier League win at Old Trafford since August 1992.

Manchester United Player Ratings vs. Everton
David De Gea76
Nemanja Vidic67
Chris Smalling66
Patrice Evra77
Antonio Valencia77
Marouane Fellaini77
Ryan Giggs66
Shinji Kagawa66
Danny Welbeck66
Wayne Rooney76
Adnan JanuzajN/A7
Javier HernandezN/A5


Half-time analysis

David De Gea: Palmed over Kevin Mirallas' piledriver of a shot. Saved with his knees from Romelu Lukaku's hard shot late in the half.

Rafael: Played the cross for Giggs' headed near-miss. 

Nemanja Vidic: Made four clearances, joint-most in the squad (with Rafael). Also made two interceptions.

Chris Smalling: Made two clearances.

Patrice Evra: Attacked well on the left. Working hard to win possession.

Antonio Valencia: Got involved defensively to help out. Also created danger down the right, as usual.

Marouane Fellaini: Heard boos from the traveling Everton fans. Fought hard in midfield, often winning back possession. Won two tackles (out of three) and made two interceptions. Completed 95 percent of his passes, best in the team.

Ryan Giggs: Came within inches of scoring with a deft header in the box. 

Shinji Kagawa: Denied a goal after a nice save by Tim Howard.

Danny Welbeck: Completed two successful dribbles. Needs to get more involved.

Wayne Rooney: Had a good chance from a tight angle on the left. Forced Howard into a save with a low shot. Came close with a deflected shot that hit the post and rolled away to safety. Full of energy throughout the final third.


MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 04:  Rafael of Manchester United competes with Steven Pienaar of Everton during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Everton at Old Trafford on December 4, 2013 in Manchester, England.  (Photo by M
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Full-time analysis

Everton's Bryan Oviedo scored the winner in the 86th minute, converting Romelu Lukaku's cross.

David De Gea: Everton's goal came late in the match on a ball that crossed the heart of United's box without being touched. 

Rafael: Completed 61 percent of his passes, the worst rate of any United starter.

Nemanja Vidic: Made eight clearances, two interceptions and two tackles.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 04:  Shinji Kagawa of Manchester United is substituted for Adnan Januzaj during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Everton at Old Trafford on December 4, 2013 in Manchester, England.  (Photo by M
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Chris Smalling: Finished with four clearances.

Patrice Evra: Forced a save out of Howard with a blistering shot early in the half. Came close to scoring from a corner with a header in the middle of the box. 

Antonio Valencia: Played eight crosses.

Marouane Fellaini: Completed 93 percent of his 68 passes. 

Ryan Giggs: Played seven crosses and completed 91 percent of his passes. 

Shinji Kagawa: Subbed out early in the second half as David Moyes attempted to shake up his attack. Not his most convincing performance.

Danny Welbeck: Hit the bar with a header following Evra's initial effort on a corner.

Wayne Rooney: Booked for a challenge on Phil Jagielka and will miss United's next Premier League match. Blasted a good chance over the bar when United piled on the pressure midway through the half.



Nani: Replaced Kagawa, and quickly shot well over the bar.

Adnan Januzaj: Replaced Rafael as part of Moyes' shake-up early in the second half. Forced a save with a wicked shot from distance. United became more dangerous when he entered the match.

Javier Hernandez: Entered in the final 10 minutes and made little impact.


Stats via WhoScored, Squawka and FourFourTwo StatsZone.

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