Manchester United's Predicted Lineup against Fulham | Starting 11 Today

The conclusion of the Champions League group stage saw just half of the Premier League representatives advancing to the next round. Among these, a lineup emerged featuring the worst-performing players from English clubs, based on WhoScored ratings and specific criteria of at least 100 minutes played or four appearances made.

Here’s the squad dominated by Manchester United players:

– Andre Onana (Manchester United) – 6.15
United’s new No. 1 showed questionable performances in Europe, with two errors leading to goals and a consistently shaky display across all six matches, causing concern among fans whenever opponents attacked.

Right Back:
– Diogo Dalot (Manchester United) – 6.49
Dalot emerged as the top-rated player in this team, participating in all six group stage games, displaying aerial prowess and completing 78% of his passes.

Center Backs:
– Victor Lindelof (Manchester United) – 6.18
Lindelof’s four appearances failed to aid United in progressing from a group they were expected to navigate easily. Among outfield players with over 150 minutes played, he had the lowest average match rating.

– Jakub Kiwior (Arsenal) – 6.36
Kiwior, the lone representative from Arsenal in this XI, featured in one start and three substitute appearances as Arsenal secured top position in their group.

Left Back:
– Sergio Gomez (Manchester City) – 6.35
Gomez, starting twice for the reigning champions, missed the opportunity to impress in Group G.

– Sofyan Amrabat (Manchester United) – 6.29
Amrabat’s performances in Europe mirrored his underwhelming Premier League displays, leaving question marks about his signing for Manchester United.

– Sandro Tonali (Newcastle United) – 6.16
Tonali’s 63.4% pass completion rate across three appearances for Newcastle didn’t meet the standards expected of a central midfielder.

– Kalvin Phillips (Manchester City) – 6.25
Phillips struggled in his appearances, culminating in a poor average rating despite Manchester City securing top spot in their group.

– Facundo Pellistri (Manchester United) – 6.22
Pellistri’s limited game time across three appearances failed to leave a significant impact as Manchester United exited the Champions League.

– Callum Wilson (Newcastle United) – 6.08
Wilson couldn’t capitalize on his start against AC Milan in a crucial match, contributing to Newcastle finishing at the bottom of their group.

– Alejandro Garnacho (Manchester United) – 6.41
Garnacho, despite a better rating than Anthony Martial, played in all six matches, scoring once, as part of a lackluster Manchester United performance in the group stage.

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