PLAYER RATINGS: Scott McTominay drove Manchester United on with his energy, while Bruno Fernandes and Timo Werner both had games to forget

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  • Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw with Chelsea on Sunday afternoon
  • Alonso never gave up running but was exhausted on his first league outing for two months
  • Two of Chelsea’s best chances fell to Hudson-Odoi but he couldn’t beat De Geas
  • Meanwhile, Lindelof led the defensive effort as Manchester United hung on.

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Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw with Chelsea on Sunday afternoon despite Jadon Sancho taking the lead.

The England international took advantage of Jorginho’s mistake to score his second goal in a week, before the Italian made up for his mistake with a penalty.

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sportsmailK Chris Wheeler has rated how the players performed during the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.

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Cristian Ronaldo’s Manchester United were in a 1-1 draw against Chelsea on Sunday

Chelsea

edward mendAnd – 6

Did he touch the ball with his hands? An exposed and poor kick gave almost a second of time for the goal.

Trevoh Chaloba – 7

Cruised in the first half but had his hands full with Rashford in the second.

Thiago Silva – 7

Solid on the back and made the most of Wan-Bissaka’s challenge to ensure that his team won the penalty.

Silva was strong from behind and made the most of Wan-Bissaka's challenge to win the penalty

Silva was strong from behind and made the most of Wan-Bissaka’s challenge to win the penalty

Antonio Rudiger – 6.5

A late missed opportunity to whack the bar from a distance of 25 yards in the first half.

Reece James – 6.5

Threats came from both sides after the switch, but calm by their high standards.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek – 6.5

For the injured thorn. Good innings in midfield but got a late chance.

game – 6

His misguided control gave United the lead, and they would be relieved enough to equalize from the spot.

Marcos Alonso – 6.5

Running never stopped and no wonder he was exhausted on his first league outing for two months.

Alonso never stopped running so no wonder he was exhausted on his first league outing for two months

Alonso never stopped running so no wonder he was exhausted on his first league outing for two months

Hakim Ziyech – 6

A real handful for United but couldn’t make the most of half the chances.

Timo Werner – 5

There was a wait of almost an hour for the first two clear opportunities but neither of them failed to score.

Callum Hudson-Odoi – 7

Chelsea had two excellent chances in the first half, but they could not beat De Gea.

In the first half, two of Chelsea's best chances went to Hudson-Odoi but he could not beat De Gea

In the first half, two of Chelsea’s best chances went to Hudson-Odoi but he could not beat De Gea

Manchester United

David De Gea – 7

Only after his defense from Ziyach and Hudson-Odoi were beaten from the spot.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka –5.5

Conceived the penalty with a reckless challenge but made a crucial interception to deny Werner.

Eric Bailey – 6.5

For Maguire, Ziyech made a quick turn but gave little after that.

Victor Lindelof – 6.5

It wasn’t pretty or easy, but he led the defensive effort when United halted.

It wasn't pretty or easy, but Lindelof led the defensive effort as United hung on

It wasn’t pretty or easy, but Lindelof led the defensive effort as United hung on

Alex Tells – 5.5

Struggled to stem the constant supply of crosses from United, and rarely moved forward.

Scott McTominay – 7.5

Despite being booked out just before half-time, his energy propelled United forward.

Nemanza Matic – 6.5

Extra defensive midfielder and a calming influence when United were being overrun.

Fred – 6

Worked tirelessly but was guilty of a poor attempt at Chip when he got a late chance.

Bruno Fernandes – 5

Can’t blame their spirit but another hit and miss performance from the Portuguese.

Can't blame his spirit but another hit and miss performance from Bruno Fernandes (above)

Can’t blame his spirit but another hit and miss performance from Bruno Fernandes (above)

Jadon Sancho – 7

Scored his second goal in two matches very well. United’s career is finally taking off.

Marcus Rashford – 6

Didn’t make much impact in the first half but changed after the interval.

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