Man United beat West Ham in the Premier League at Old Trafford and here are how Erik ten Hag’s players rated.

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Samuel LuckhurstSportopinionBySamuel LuckhurstChief Manchester United writer

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    Manchester United leapfrogged West Ham United and jumped into the Premier League's top six with a 3-0 win over David Moyes' side on Sunday afternoon.

    United went in front when Rasmus Hojlund scored for the fourth game in a row with a fine first-half finish. Alejandro Garnacho added a second early in the second period when he cut inside to score.

    The winger sealed the points in the closing stages with his second of the afternoon and United's third. The only downside for Erik ten Hag was an injury to Lisandro Martinez with the defender forced off in the final quarter.

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    Andre Onana: Made a good early save from Edson Alvarez's ricochet and dealt dependably with other attempts on target. 7

    Diogo Dalot: Pitted against Mohammed Kudus, who switched flanks, and fared well in a tight duel. Brilliantly covered for Harry Maguire's mistake to deny Jarrod Bowen. 8

    Harry Maguire: Back in the starting XI for the first time in almost two months and produced one of his strongest performances of the season until he let Emerson Palmieri in. Did likewise for Bowen. 6

    Lisandro Martinez: Different partner but same Martinez. Often the defender in the way of a pass or a shot. Had to come off after his knee buckled under the weight of Vladimir Coufal. 8

    Luke Shaw: Not as probing in the final third as he has been of late but defensively excellent again before and after Kudus switched to the right flank. 7

    Casemiro: Not as influential as in midweek but his pressing led to the opening goal and he shielded United vigilantly as they defended their 2-0 advantage. 7

    Kobbie Mainoo: Another tidy performance in front of England assistant manager Steve Holland. Earned a standing ovation and congratulations from teammates when he came off. 7

    Alejandro Garnacho: Pocketed by Emerson Palmieri in the first half but wriggled out of it to score early in the second, via a deflection. Then scored again to kill the game. 8

    Bruno Fernandes: Drew a vigilant stop from Alphonse Areola and played the ball to Garnacho for the second goal. Could have scored himself but for an errant touch. 7

    Marcus Rashford: Embarked on bright bursts with and without the ball and had some shooting opportunities but not on target today. 6

    Rasmus Hojlund: Broke double figures in the goalscoring form with his best goal yet for United. Now has four goals in his last four Premier League games. 9

    Subs

    Scott McTominay: Assisted Garnacho. 7

    Raphael Varane: Helped United keep a clean sheet. 7

    Victor Lindelof: First game in two months. 6

    Antony: Late cameo. 6

    Manager

    Made one change to rest Varane and United kept a clean sheet, despite West Ham's proactive play. Another good day in the dugout. 8

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    Editor’s Note:

    This article discusses a Manchester United player ratings as Hojlund and Martinez good vs West Ham. While the original article provides a comprehensive overview of the research, I would like to add my own opinion that this breakthrough is a significant step forward in the Manchester United player ratings as Hojlund and Martinez good vs West Ham. I believe that this research has the potential around the world.

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    This article is based on an Manchester United player ratings as Hojlund and Martinez good vs West Ham. You can read the full interview here: https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/sport/football/manchester-united-player-ratings-rasmus-28567963