Everton 4-0 Manchester United: Player ratings as Lucas Digne and Gylfi Sigurdsson run riot

Sooraj Kamath - Writer 19:02 21/04/2019
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Everton rubbed salt into Manchester United wounds which were opened earlier this week at Camp Nou by thrashing the Red Devils 4-0.

Goals from Richarlison, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Lucas Digne and Theo Walcott rounded up a memorable afternoon for the Toffees, who continued their excellent run of form.

Digne and Sigurdsson were excellent for Everton, among other players. We take a look at how the players from both teams fared.


Pickford 7: Hard to rate an on-field spectator. Pickford was not troubled at all as United produced just one shot on target.

Digne 9: One of  the best players on the pitch, Digne was always creating problems on the left flank. The left-back produced good deliveries into the box and scored a belter.

Zouma 8: Absolutely solid at the back, part of the reason Pickford had a boring day at the office.

Keane 7: Looked sloppy at times, but a solid shift nonetheless. Kept Romelu Lukaku in check throughout the game.

Coleman 7: Completely shut down Anthony Martial and provided some legs in attack too.

Schneiderlin 7: Ran the midfield along with Idrissa Gueya, played a progressive and confident game against his former club.

Gueye 8: Toyed with United’s midfield, especially in the second half. Disciplined and sharp performance by the 29-year-old.

Bernard 7: Lacked end-product at times, but had enough in his boots to continuously test the United defence.

Sigurdsson 9: A complete performance as a number 10, the long-ranger was the cherry on top of what was one of his best performances this season.

Calvert-Lewin 7: Whether he meant to assist Richarlison with his touch or not is immaterial. Nevertheless, he was lively throughout and kept United’s defence on their toes.

Richarlison 8: An injury cut his evening short, but Richarlison did more in one half than what United collectively managed in two. Scored the opener with a brilliant aerial effort.


Walcott 8: Joined the party in the second half and slotted one past David De Gea comfortably.

McCarthy 6: Replaced Gueya for the last 15 minutes, when the game was practically done and dusted, wasn’t troubled as much.

Jagielka N/A: Came in for Digne at the 85th minute, not enough touches to pass a judgement.


De Gea 5: There was probably not much he could have done about two of the four goals, but it was still a terribly sub-par performance by the Spaniard, to his and regular standards.

Dalot 5: The youngster started on the left in this game and was comfortably beaten by Richarlison in most of the duels.

Lindelof 6: Probably the best player in the back-line, but this back-line just conceded four goals and could most certainly have conceded two more if not for a couple of good saves by the keeper.

Smalling 5: Won a couple of aerials thanks to the height-advantage he enjoys over Calvert-Lewin, but did nothing to prevent the humiliation.

Jones 4: Picked off from where he left at Barcelona, yet another poor performance by the centre-back.

Matic 3: Provided absolutely nothing to the game and allowed Siggurdsson acres of space as he squared up for the shot which hit the back of the net.

Fred 4: Woeful performance by the Brazilian who was mostly running around without much purpose. Understandably removed at half-time.

Pogba 5: With four key-passes, Pogba was the only source of creativity and the best player for United. But that’s not saying much.

Pogba was the best player for United

Pogba was the best player for United

Martial 5: Was at the end of probably the best chance of the second half, the shot which went wide summed up his night.

Lukaku 5: The striker had zero shots on goal and looked lost throughout the game.

Rashford 4: The youngster’s woeful run continued as he failed to pose any threat of any magnitude.


McTominay 3: Let Everton’s attack run through the neutral third like hot knife through butter on what was a forgettable outing for the youngster.

Young 4: Replaced an awful Phil Jones at half-time and was clearly not much of an upgrade.

Pereira N/A: Replaced Rashford for the last 15 minutes, wasn’t involved in the game as much.

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