Called into action just a few time, Pope almost had a scare as he came out to block Rashford who squared it to Fred who missed the target.
Even if he doesn't get an assist, Trippier shows his class. His dead-balls throughout the game were deadly.
A real body on the line performance for Schar, who did all the running and all the blocking for the team.
Alongside Schar, Botman was a rock as the Newcastle backline held strong.
While clearly no match for Anthony on the left side, Burn wasn't put out too much by the tricky winger. Even managing to do a solid job as a left-wing back when called upon.
A solid performance for Joelinton as he made his first start since coming back from a small injury
A classy game for Bruno, who will be annoyed that he couldn't covert a chance created by Wilson. However, he ran the midfield as he does but went off early once again.
Another tricky game for Sean. While he breaks the play up well, he always looks like he wants a second longer than he has on the ball.
Full of running and off the ball work as always. Failed to have the attacking impact that he managed in the previous two games.
"given away by Murphy" is how we'd have to describe Murphy's game today. He had a few good running moments, but wasn't up to the fixture.
A frustrating day for Wilson, who lacked the service he would have wanted.
Came on and did a job for Howe giving the team a fresh set of legs as Man U started to apply pressure.
Simply no way we can separate the pair who were solid once again at the back for Newcastle.
I have no comment on the officials. I thought it was a strong shout for a penalty. Callum looked like he caught the lad’s calf when running. I’ve seen them given another day - Howe on Wilson's penalty shout