CRISTIANO RONALDO'S second half penalty handed Manchester United a 1-0 victory over Norwich at Carrow Road.
The Red Devils were lacklustre for much of the game as David de Gea put in another man of the match display to brilliantly thwart both Teemu Pukki and Emi Buendia.
But the crucial moment came in the 73rd minute when Ronaldo was hauled down by Canaries defender Max Aarons and the Portuguese sensation made no mistake from the spot.
Here is how SunSport reporter Dylan Terry saw the Man Utd players' performances.
David de Gea – 9
His main task in the first half was to try and keep warm as Norwich failed to test the Spanish shot-stopper despite receiving a lot of the ball.
Then in the second half he produced a world class save to deny Pukki, flinging himself to his right to tip away a venomous drive.
And Emi Buendia was also denied by De Gea when his downward header was superbly palmed clear of danger.
De Gea then made yet another stop in injury time even though the Norwich player was offside. Saved everything in his path.
How much more would United be struggling without him? A lot, lot more.
Diogo Dalot – 5
Enjoyed the opening 10 minutes and looked as though he was going to be a real threat down the right – but it never materialised.
Was pushed back into his own half by Josh Sargent and Dimitris Giannoulis, limiting his impact on the game.
Had a bit more joy in the second period but his crosses into the box were aimless.
Victor Lindelof – 4
Had a pretty shocking afternoon at the back for Rangnick's side.
Lindelof seems incredibly slow to react to dangerous situations and cannot deal with a striker being physical towards him.
Was spun by Pukki too easily in the lead up to his effort which De Gea brilliantly saved.
United could not welcome Raphael Varane back sooner.
Harry Maguire – 5
Could have broke the deadlock on the stroke of half-time with a looping header, but for a superb fingertip save from Tim Krul.
Defensively found himself out of position on a number of occasions as he continues to appear a yard or two off the pace.
Alex Telles – 5
Went desperately close to giving United the lead in the first half with a deflected free-kick which clipped the crossbar.
Offered an outlet going forward but looked exposed heading back towards his own goal. Most of Norwich's joy came down the Man Utd left.
Scott McTominay – 5
Looked well off the pace as Norwich overran him in the middle of the park time and time again.
Lindelof and Maguire were left perilously exposed throughout the first period as the space in front of them – which McTominay and Fred should have been covering – opened up far too often.
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