Manchester United recorded the first win in their 2016/17 Europa League campaign with a narrow 1-0 win over Ukranian side Zorya.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored with just over 20 minutes left with United’s first shot on target on a dull night at Old Trafford.
How did Jose Mourinho’s men fare?
Sergio Romero: Didn’t really have a lot to do and wasn’t tested often, but did make a good stop to deny Paulinho’s curling effort with the score at 0-0. 7
Timothy Fosu-Mensah: Was substituted off and got a good reception. Looked composed on the ball and that helped the team. 7
Eric Bailly: Won a lot of physical battles in what was not his hardest game, and demonstrated his pace on numerous occasions. 7
Chris Smalling: Was not afraid to venture forward, but another solid night for the England international. 7
Marcos Rojo: Was worryingly turned inside out for the opponents’ only real chance, and didn’t look a patch on Luke Shaw. 5
Marouane Fellaini: Looked busy without really doing anything. Lots of sideways movement; not up to Herrera’s level. 5
Paul Pogba: Still hasn’t found the right area to operate within the system. Stuck between trying to force play in the final third, and sitting too deep. 6
Jese Lingard: Wasted two big chances which does not go unnoticed, and was not exactly brilliant with the ball at his feet. 4
Juan Mata: Played a key part in the goal, plus he constantly wanted the ball and looked creative when he had it. Gives Mourinho a real headache. 7
Marcus Rashford: Hit the crossbar with a sweetly struck effort in the first half. Drifted in and out of the game and rarely troubled the Zorya back line. 6
Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Bagged a goal that proved to be the winner, but generally found himself out of the danger areas he generally likes to operate. 7
Wayne Rooney: Tallied an assist thanks to a scuff, but cannot deny his impact. 6
Ashley Young: Did a solid job after coming on but didn’t ask many questions. 6
Anthony Martial: Didn’t make much impact as United appeared happy to close at 1-0. 6