MANCHESTER United have ended their US tour with another defeat, falling 3-2 to Borussia Dortmund.
And they only have themselves to blame as individual errors led to each of Dortmund's goals in Las Vegas.
Those sparked a few heated exchanges between Red Devils players.
Donyell Malen had no complaints though, capitalizing on the chaos in Man Utd's play to score two quick goals late in the first half before Youssoufa Moukoko netted the game-winner.
The Red Devils have a lot to think about with the new Premier League season approaching as the loss was their third in a row this preseason.
But who stood out and who struggled for Man Utd? Damian Burchardt rates every single player at Allegiant Stadium…
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TOM HEATON – 6
Remained focused despite not having a lot to do early on and pulled off a number of confident saves. Heaton didn't have much to say when Donyell Malen struck twice in two minutes to give Dortmund a lead in the first half.
DIOGO DALOT – 7
Looked dangerous from the very start and it was Dalot who opened the scoring with a screamer from outside the box. He was also probably United's most reliable defender on Sunday.
HARRY MAGUIRE – 4
Maguire noticeably struggled to clear the ball throughout the game, presenting Dortmund with a few scoring chances. He also could have done more to stop Karim Adeyemi's entry pass before Donyell Malen equalised.
VICTOR LINDELOF – 3
Lindelof looked composed and showed off some nice passing skills early on. But he was directly at fault for Dortmund's second goal, foolishly giving the ball away close to the box, and looked shaky going forward.
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BRANDON WILLIAMS – 5
Really good performance at first from the 22-year-old, who protected the left flank well as United kept transitioning into a back-three when attacking. But his all-in dive helped Adeyemi move past the full-back and then set up Malen for his first goal.
SCOTT MCTOMINAY – 6
Quiet but solid.
DONNY VAN DE BEEK – 7
The Dutchman was particularly active on Sunday, causing Dortmund problems with high pressing. His passing and vision translated into a few promising chances – including Dalot's goal, which van de Beek assisted.
OMARI FORSON – 6
Started off strong and was heavily involved in United's attacking play. But Forson then lost his cool and got involved in a brief scuffle with Adeyemi, earning a yellow card and causing ten Hag to take the 19-year-old off the field with seven minutes left in the first half.
CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN – 6
Did a good job setting the pace for the Red Devils, contributing to their dominance in possession early on.
FACUNDO PELLISTRI – 6
Good effort from the Uruguayan, who often posed a threat when on the field – even if it didn't translate into much.
JADON SANCHO – 6
Sancho did his best to make an impact while being the focal point of United's attack against Dortmund. He showed off flair and creativity, linking up with van de Beek in the final third.
ANTONY – 7
Chaotic at first, but he then showed off awareness and decisiveness that allowed Antony to capitalize on Dortmund's error and net an equalizer.
ANDRE ONANA – 7
Came out for the second half focused and made a number of strong saves. He couldn't do much when Youssoufa Moukoko settled the score.
LUKE SHAW – 5
A bit shaky at the back after coming on.
AARON WAN-BISSAKA – 5
Wan-Bissaka's poor pass started Dortmund's counter-attack that give them a 3-2 lead.
LISANDRO MARTINEZ – 5
Could have done more to prevent Dortmund from regaining the lead.
JONNY EVANS – 5
Looked lost and slow when Dortmund made it 3-2.
CASEMIRO – 6
Solid on both halves after checking in.
BRUNO FERNANDES – 6
Great playmaking from the Portuguese as usual.
MASON MOUNT – 5
Worryingly for then Hag, it was another quiet cameo from Mount this preseason.
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MARCUS RASHFORD – 7
Rashford posed some real danger on the left wing after coming on.
JOE HUGILL – N/A
Didn't play enough to get a rating.
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