FA Cup semi-final player ratings

Robert Sevenz He didn’t have much to do, but a clean save from Eriksen showed his concentration and in the 114th minute denied Rashford a certain goal. 7/10

Pascal Grosso Locked inside as Brighton advanced, however he was wary of Shaw’s desire to run behind. Later he switched to the right. Penalty scored. 7

Adam Webster It was solid when United finally woke up and made the draw a contest. Fought impressively all afternoon on an energy draining afternoon. Penalty scored. 7

Lewis Dunks The captain came into midfield to start attacks, but a risky ball brought in Martial. He threatens on the corners and it showed why he wears the armband. Penalty scored. 7

Pervis Estupiñán He roamed his channel as part of Brighton’s flowing schemes and was tough when required to defend himself. Penalty scored. 7

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Alexis MacAllister A brilliant free kick had to fend off De Gea like a panther, his battle with Casemiro an intriguing subplot. Penalty scored. 7

Moises Caicedo With Mac Allister alongside him he was why United were often invaded and could be masterful when coming forward. 7

Solly March Tracked down, recovered from a hit and the penchant for cutting gave those in the red nightmares. He misses the mark for a crucial penalty error. 6

Kaoru Mitoma Very good. Speed ​​and direct threat from his gleaming toes and could have scored a hat-trick or created one. Shown a yellow card. 8

Danny Welbeck The veteran had a neat header from a corner that he should have converted and was likely injured when he was substituted. 6

Julius Enciso Sparkling right up to take-off, the 19-year-old Paraguayan moved ahead and although he missed a sensational opportunity, the substitution came as a surprise. 7

Subs: Joel Veltman 6 (for Enciso, 67) 6; Denis Undav (for Welbeck, 75) Penalty scored, 6.

Manchester United

David de Gea He answered the stink at Sevilla with two acrobatic stops from Mac Allister and Enciso plus a low stop from March and the feet of Gross. No penalty save – once again – proved to be irrelevant. 7

Aaron Wan Bissaka Noteworthy. Composed, a brilliant tackle with a telescopic leg on Mitoma showed desire, and the second-half surge ignited the side. 8

Victor LindelFrom Aggressive and accomplished, one of his best outings with United. Clever positioning, as demonstrated by the challenge to Franco Baresi who takes the ball away from Welbeck. Extra point for winning penalty. 8 (man of the match)

Luke Shaw He took the booking for the team after Dalot’s mistake. He moved inside from left-back due to Harry Maguire’s suspension and was a voluntary overlap where possible. 7

Diogo Dalot Once again switching wings, the Portuguese’s pass left Casemiro blocked and caused Shaw to be yellow-carded. Penalty scored. 6

Casemir Small shock against Sevilla followed by a clumsy booking today – a four-match suspension still has him in top form. Penalty scored. 5

Christian Eriksen It seemed to keep going but often went too long or too short and was replaced on a forgettable day. 5

Anthony The foul on Mitoma put United under pressure and, although he came back, it was ineffective and they did not survive extra time. 6

Bruno Fernando He exhorted the team and was always intent on causing havoc for the opponent. He may have dented opener as the interval approached. 7

Marcus Rashford A through ball to Fernandes was too heavy, but Mac Allister was alert and awkward. He was energetic until penalties. Marked the of him. 7

Antonio Martial Hungry, he ran over a chip with Sánchez off his line, but kept looking for the whiff of a hit. Taken out. 6

Substitutes: Federico (for Eriksen, 62) 7; Jadon Sancho (for Martial, 85) Penalty scored, 7; Marcellus Sabitzer (for Antonio, 90) Penalty scored, 7; Tyrell Malacia (for Wan-Bissaka, 101) 5; Outside Weghorst (for Fernandes, 101) Penalty scored, 6.

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