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Manchester United player ratings vs Aston Villa after massive late goal wins it

Scott McTominay's late header gave Manchester United a priceless three points at Aston Villa. United were under the cosh for large parts of the Premier League encounter at Villa Park, but found the quality needed to win the match when substitute McTominay powered home Diogo Dalot's pinpoint cross.

United had gone in front in the 17th minute when Rasmus Hojlund poked home from close range. But the home side were always a threat and were deserving of their second-half equaliser through Douglas Luiz.

Villa had further chances - Andre Onana had made some fine saves to keep them out in the first half - but it was the Reds who took the points and they have closed the gap to Villa in the table to five points.

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Andre Onana: Saved well from John McGinn and Ollie Watkins but brought about some of the pressure through his hesitancy. Made another vital stop from Watkins 6

Diogo Dalot: So good in the first half some of his tackles were reminiscent of Aaron Wan-Bissaka. Did much more defending than attacking but crossed brilliantly for Scott McTominay to score. 8

Raphael Varane: Resorted to some last-ditch defending when Villa penned United in and his expert awareness was needed with United ahead and level. 7

Harry Maguire: Vindicated his selection at the opposite end by assisting Rasmus Hojlund and defensively solid on a busy afternoon. 8

Luke Shaw: Managed the game well, albeit at the cost of his attacking and came off at half-time for Victor Lindelof. 7

Casemiro: Struggled to shield the back four or cover ample ground. Erroneously booked and often overrun by Villa's more energetic midfielders. 5

Kobbie Mainoo: Another