Ratings by ManUtd.com's Gemma Thompson in Yokohama
Edwin van der Sar - Another superb display to deny LDU Quito. Breathed a sigh of relief when both Urrutia and Campos missed from three yards early on, but thereafter he saved everything in sight.
Rafael - The Brazilian never looked fazed in his first major cup final for the club, galloping forward to support in attack whenever he could.
Rio Ferdinand - Not much to do for the skipper with Quito fielding just one up front, but did what he had to do well. Went close to scoring with a first half header that dropped just wide.
Nemanja Vidic - Dealt with the threat of Quito’s lone striker Claudio Bieler well in the first period, but a clash between the pair five minutes after the restart led to the Serbian being sent off.
Patrice Evra - Playing a last game before his ban, the Frenchman will have been delighted to sign off for now with a trophy. Looked solid in defence and, as ever, was always a threat going forward.
Cristiano Ronaldo - A constant menace, particularly in the first half. Received some rough treatment from the Quito players, but that didn’t stop him thrilling his adoring public with a host of tricks and flicks.
Michael Carrick - Another classy display from the England international who ran the show alongside Anderson in midfield. Produced his usual array of pin-point passing.
Anderson - A typically busy display from the Brazilian who offered good support in attack and was also on hand to track back when Quito threatened on a rare breakaway in the second half.
Ji-sung Park - Lively throughout, but will have been disappointed not to have opened the