Ghana international defender Mohammed Salisu lasted the full duration as Southampton lost at home to Manchester United.
The former Real Valladolid center-back has started and completed all four Premier League games of his team this season.
However Salisu and his teammates could not stop the Red Devils from taking all the three points with Bruno Fernandes scoring a 55th minute winner.
Below are the Southamton player ratings by 90mins.com with Salisu rated seven over ten.
GK: Gavin Bazunu – 6/10 – Made a terrific save to prevent Elanga at his near post in the first half. Alert to most things that United threw at him.
RB: Kyle Walker-Peters
7/10 – Made several vital defensive interventions, including a pair of sensational blocks in the first half, and was a constant danger going forward for the home side.
CB: Armel Bella-Kotchap
8/10 – Heroic block to deny Eriksen an almost certain opener from the deluge of United chances in the 18th minute. Spurned a great chance later in the half to break the deadlock, but his defending was immaculate all afternoon.
CB: Mohammed Salisu
7/10 – His display didn’t grab attention in the same way as Bella-Kotchap, but he was cerebral in his defending and helped marshal the fluid frontline of the visitors.
LB: Moussa Djenepo
5/10 – Targeted by United given his natural position doesn’t lie at full-back. Showed some intent going forward, but he was overwhelmed in the lead-up to Fernandes’ goal.
CM: James Ward-Prowse
6/10 – Moved in unision with Lavia, displaying his promising passing range on a few ocassions. United stifled him well.
CM: Romeo Lavia
7/10 – Clever in his ability to break up play and execute the right pass to immediately spring Southampton forward. Always alert to the danger and appears a very shrewd pick-up for the Saints.
RM: Mohamed Elyounoussi
6/10 – Proved very dangerous when he floated infield and could square up the United backline. Interchanged impressively with Aribo.
AM: Joe Aribo
6/10 – Enjoyed some early success cutting down the inside of United’s right-hand side. The ball was typically glued to his feet and he had the chance to level for the Saints with a header that was saved by De Gea.
LM: Adam Armstrong
5/10 – Frustrated the home crowd at times. Lacked a punch in the final third and struggled to get the better of Dalot on a consistent basis.
ST: Che Adams
#5/10 – Made several clever runs and gave Martinez a tough afternoon in the first half. But he lacked conviction in front of goal and faded in the second half.
Manager: Ralph Hasenhuttl
6/10 – A couple of his summer signings stood out, but his side lacked a punch in front of goal. The continued selection of Djenepo at left-back remains confusing.
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