Manchester United might have dominated the game in the first period but they couldn't claim the all-important advantage as they trailed 1-0 to West Ham United at halftime. Said Benrahma's goal saw the Hammers have the advantage in the first interval.
Well, let's take a look at the three worst players for Manchester United in the first half of the game against West Ham United.
1, Wout Weghorst.
It was quite surprising to see him on Manchester United's starting lineup today since he has been known to be a flop at the club this season. The Dutch International was used in the attacking midfield position for Manchester United and he couldn't make a meaningful contribution to the team's performance offensively against West Ham United.
2, David De Gea.
The Spanish International literally gifted West Ham United their first goal of the game against Manchester United. The 32-year-old couldn't save a weak effort from Said Benrahma as he was the main reason why Manchester United were a goal behind at halftime.
3, Tyrell Malacia.
The Dutch International had a shaky performance for Manchester United in the first half as he seemed out of his game against West Ham United. The 23-year-old picked up a yellow card in the game as he barely impacted Manchester United's performance both offensively and defensively in the first period.
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