Player ratings: Brentford 1-3 Manchester United
Made some vital saves in the first half to keep the Bees quiet. One shaky moment when attempting a punch.
Solid without being spectacular. Could've offered a bit more in the final third.
Manchester United player ratings vs Brentford: Scott McTominay sets tone as Cristiano Ronaldo strops
M anchester United moved to within two points of the top four after three second half goals secured three points against a spirited Brentford.
MUFC Player Ratings during 3-1 win vs Brentford (Premier League away, 2021/22) - Old Trafford Faithful
David de Gea - Kept us in the game at times. Made some unreal saves.
Diogo Dalot - Very impressive on both sides of the ball. Defended diligently for the most part and tried to get forward.
Confirmed MUFC XI vs Brentford (Premier League away, 2021/22) - Old Trafford Faithful
Manchester United put in an encouraging performance away at Aston Villa last time out, though the end result was pretty disappointing.
Player Ratings: Aston Villa 2-2 Manchester United
Here are your player ratings after a thrilling game at Villa Park:
Made some good saves but his distribution let the team down many a time in the second half.
MUFC Player Ratings during 2-2 draw vs Aston Villa (Premier League away, 2021/22) - Old Trafford Faithful
David de Gea - Made some unreal saves yet again. He was arguably United's top performer.
Diogo Dalot - Had a mixed evening. Went missing on a couple of occasions but did try to get forward.
Eric Bailly would be happy to make AC Milan move: report - Old Trafford Faithful
Manchester United are having major on-field problems at the moment.
Player ratings: Manchester United 1-0 Aston Villa
It wasn't pretty but Manchester United managed an unconvincing 1-0 win against Aston Villa this evening at Old Trafford in the FA Cup.
Harry Maguire pictured in Man United training pre-Aston Villa - Old Trafford Faithful
Manchester United's defence has been anything but watertight this season. Despite the arrival of Raphael Varane.
There's no doubt that when fit, the Frenchman is comfortably our best defender.