Marcus Rashford's 17th goal of the season kept Manchester United's Carabao Cup hopes alive after Manchester City had threatened to end their Wembley dreams in the first leg of their semi-final.
Pep Guardiola's defending champions were coasting at 3-0 with 20 minutes to go thanks to Bernardo Silva, Riyad Mahrez and an Andreas Pereira own goal after embarrassing their hosts with a display of dominant, mercurial football at Old Trafford.
Sportsmail's Jack Gaughan details his playing ratings from the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg...
Bernardo Silva gave Man City the perfect start on Tuesday night after emphatically firing home
David De Gea - 6
Nothing he could have done about the first-half goals and let down by those ahead of him.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka – 5.5
Struggled with Raheem Sterling’s movement and could have been more careful when picking passes.
Victor Lindelof - 5
Unsure on the ball and unsure when to attack loose possession or drop off. A very rocky evening.
It was a hugely embarrassing opening period for Victor Lindelof and Co at Old Trafford
Phil Jones - 5
Looked like a man who’d played once since November. Nobody can afford to be rusty against City.
Brandon Williams – 7
A rare bright spark for United. Stuck to his task against Riyad Mahrez and forayed forward when possible.
Fred - 5
Outclassed. Too many City runners to cope with and not enough help from those around him.
Andreas Pereira - 4
The game completely passed him by. City were too quick in midfield. Own goal summed the night up.
Andreas Pereira put into his own net for Man City's third of the night in just the 38th minute
Daniel James - 6
Starved of quick ball out to the right after initially causing problems for Benjamin Mendy.
Jesse Lingard - 5
One of very few willing to put his foot in but nothing really came off for Lingard in an attacking sense.
Marcus Rashford - 7
Captain for the night was largely reduced to chasing shadows but took his only chance with precision.
Mason Greenwood - 6
Hard not to feel sorry for the teenager. Kept coming deep in an attempt to affect the game to no avail.
David De Gea reacts in frustration after conceding a third