MANCHESTER UNITED'S Champions League qualifying hopes were ended with a dismal draw at Huddersfield.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side blew their bid to push for a top four finish to the final week of the season as they failed to beat one of the worst teams in Premier League history.
Scott McTominay looked to have got United off to the ideal start with an early goal, but they failed to build on their early bright form.
And they were made to pay when Isaac Mbenza seized on a shocking error from Luke Shaw to hit the equaliser.
SunSport brings you the ratings of the United stars on show.
DAVID DE DEA
Boosted by making a vital save just before the break after a Phil Jones error. But easily beaten through the legs for the equaliser
Steady away again at right back, vocal for his side with little to do out on his wing. Did little wrong, but not the force of old.
Made a crucial challenge to deny Huddersfield an equaliser and continues to be the dominant United centre-back.
Exposed down the side on a rare Terriers attack and needed to be bailed out by Lindelof, then booked for a stupid late challenge out on the touchline. Hopeless pass gifted Huddersfield a one-on-one which De Gea saved, then missed a golden chance to score.
Adds balance to the defence when he plays and extra attacking threat going forward, but some times caught too far up. But embarrassed himself missing a straight ball to allow Huddersfield to equalise.
Patrolled the base of the midfield well, nipping in to take possession when Huddersfield attacked through the middle. Nothing fancy before he was replaced early in the second half.
Given the nod for good work in training, he quickly proved his worth scoring the opening goal on eight minutes. The driving force of the midfield who never stopped trying to affect the game when other drifted.
Started brightly and made a series of surging runs as he enjoyed the freedom to push on, and unlucky to see a header cannon back off the bar. Frustrations began to boil over as United lost their
Always probing, but failed to hit the target when well placed as United spurned the chance to double their lead. In
Full of hunger and purpose in the opening half hour, chasing lost causes and stretching the Huddersfield defence. But early promise petered out and was taken off on 54 minutes.
Linked up well in attack as United went on the front foot from the off. But when the chance to score came he sliced horribly wide and looked out of sorts.
Ander Herrera – on for Matic (53mins) Added some bite in the midfield
Tahith Ching – on for Sanchez (54mins) Tried to add some inventiveness in midfield
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