Manchester United faced Bayern Munich on Wednesday evening in the opening match of their Champions League campaign.

The Bundesliga champions were very much the favourites heading into the game, but they could have been behind in the early minutes when Erik ten Hag’s side could, and perhaps should, have put the ball in the back of the net.

Instead, a clanger from Andre Onana allowed Bayern to take the lead, something they doubled not long after. At that that point it looked like Manchester United could be on the end of a hiding, but they managed to get a goal back, with Rasmus Højlund scoring his first goal for the club.

Bayern were then given a penalty to make it 3-1, and the final score being 4-3 says a lot about the defending on show from both sides.

Bild, as always, have provided player ratings, and they’re not pretty for Manchester United.

The ratings are very different to what you’re probably used to. Whilst most ratings are out of 10, or sometimes 5, Bild use the German school grading system.

1 means very good, 2 is good, 3 is average, 4 is passable but still lacking, 5 is deficient and 6 is insufficient.

With that in mind, Bild gave five Manchester United player’s a 5, which is ‘deficient’.

They gave Ten Hag the same rating, which feels a bit unfair given they rated Bayern’s manager (who they appear to have as Zsolt Löw for last night) as 2.