Edwin Van Der Sar Not his busiest day but when tested was secure and solid.
John O’Shea Solid defensively and regularly got forward. Involved in United’s third goal, playing in Nani to set up Berbatov.
Nemanja Vidic Colossal at the back and one of United’s stand-out performers. Twice made fantastic last-ditch tackles to deny Carlton Cole.
Jonny Evans Playing alongside Vidic would put many a defender in the shadow but Jonny complements his Serbian partner.
Patrice Evra Making his 200th Reds appearance Pat linked up really well with Ryan Giggs throughout the 90 minutes.
Nani Started wide right but was free to roam inside. Twice unlucky with first-half efforts, he got his goal after the break, an excellent solo effort. Capped a brilliant display by teeing up Berba's goal.
Darren Fletcher Continued his successful partnership with Paul Scholes. He sat deep, winning possession picking out passes to Giggs, Scholes and Rooney. Won't grab the headlines, but key nonetheless.
Paul Scholes Our man of the moment continued his fine form. Unthinkable 60-yard passes are bread and butter to Scholes. Time and again he orchestrated United's attacks. His best pass was to Giggs in the lead-up to the penalty.
Ryan Giggs Terrorised ex-Red Jonathan Spector all game, including winning the spot-kick to get the win going.
Wayne Rooney Looked hungry from the offset and covered every blade of grass in the first half. His goal from the spot was