Good first post. Welcome!AidanNelson2009;2741734 said:Manchester United 2-2 Sunderland ( Match review )
Foster: 5/10 - Was shocking, needs to go, get Kuszack on, Foster isn't upto it.
O'Shea: 6/10 - Didn't do much at all, too slow and poor crosses.
Vidic: 6/10 - Tried, but Jones was to big and good for him, had trouble with Bent and Jones.
Evra: 7/10 - Probably our best player for the game, defended well and attacked with great pace, got the vital equaliser.
Nani: 4/10 - Don't know what to say anymore, so dissapointed, his last year for sure.
Scholes: 5/10 - Didn't control the ball, poor passing, a very average game.
Fletcher: 4/10 - Same as Scholes, poor passing, never controlled the midfield, too many mistakes.
Welbeck: 5/10 - Tired his best, couldn't do too much with the way the whole team was playing.
Berbatov: 7/10 - Great goal to make it 1-1, but had a poor game apart from that goal, gave the ball away far too often and slows the game down all the time.
Rooney: 3/10 - An absolute disgrace, worst game i have ever seen him play, something is wrong, is in really bad form.
Didn't see the game today, so I can't argue with your assessment of the players, but I was under the impression that up until today, rooney was actually in a very good vein of form. Anyway, postgame quotes seem to suggest that no one was happy with their performances today, so with any luck, this near-loss will light a fire under their collective arses and get 'em fired up. And we did walk away with a point, when we possibly didn't deserve it. You can never underestimate the value of those single points come season's end.