Manchester United player ratings from 0-0 draw to Liverpool

Here are the player ratings from Manchester United's resilient 0-0 draw against rivals Liverpool at Anfield.
Liverpool FC v Manchester United - Premier League
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Manchester United were able to grab a point from Liverpool away at Anfield by a score of 0-0. The result may come as a shock given the current state of the two clubs.

United had to dig deep and defend majority of the match as Liverpool dominated possession and had majority of the chances.

With this draw Utd stay seventh in the table and look to build upon it next week away at West Ham who sit 1 point below them in the standings.

Here are the player ratings from the game:

Andre Onana (9/10):

It was a near flawless performance from Onana as he made 8 saves, and his distribution was top quality. Liverpool tried to constantly press him but he was finding passes with ease

Diogo Dalot (8/10):

Dalot had an impressive game, shutting dowl Luis Diaz and stopping numerous counters. Was also impressive in the first phase playing on the half turn and helped progress play. His red card was a shocking decision.

Jonny Evans (8/10):

The veteran Northern Irish CB had a professional performance today. Was a little shaky early on but became better and better as the game went on. Positioning was top notch.

Raphael Varane (10/10):

Perfection. That's the best word to describe what we saw from the French CB today. Had 20 defensive actions and was the best player on the pitch. One of the best defensive performances we will see all year.

Luke Shaw (7/10):

Redemption. After being a huge culprit in last years loss at Anfield, Luke Shaw redeemed some of that embarrassment with this performance. Did a great job against Salah and helped progressed play.

Sofyan Amrabat (5/10)

Amrabat struggled today in various aspects of the game especially offensively. Took too many touches and his passes were not consistent. Battled well off the ball considering the amount of possession Liverpool had.

Kobbie Mainoo (7/10):

The young star was United's best midfielder on the pitch, Had two incredible passes and should have had an assist, and fought well defensively. Another test passed for the latest Carrington product.

Scott Mctominay (5/10):

The captain had a very mixed performance as he struggled in the first half massively. Was much better second half and helped connect the play much better. Was also a duel monster today.

Antony (5/10):

Antony was excellent defensively, tracking back and helping Dalot as well as won his 1v1 defensive battles. However, offensively he was the player who found himself in the best positions and made horrible decisions.

Alejandro Garnacho (3/10):

The young winger struggled to impact the game on all levels, and should have done better on the pass Mainoo gave to him in the second half. His physical levels are slightly concerning and a minutes reduction might do him good right now.

Rasmus Hojlund (4/10):

It was another graveyard shift for the young Dane as he struggled to get many touches of the ball. He also received the biggest chance of the game and it was a poor shot.

Marcus Rashford, Hannibal Mejbri, Facundo Pellistri (5/10):

The three subs put in a good shift in the little minutes they played in, and did a good job slowing down the play.

Erik Ten Hag (9/10):

This game was one of Ten Hag's best coaching jobs as a United manager in terms of approachment of the game. United were set up compact and the coach set them up in a system for them to succeed.