A strong Arsenal lineup failed to capitalise on Manchester United’s lack of fit first team players and got humiliated by a gang of youngsters.

As if it wasn’t bad enough that we’d already lost twice to the worst Chelsea team for years, we’ve now lost to the weakest United squad.

Although we hadn’t won at Old Trafford in the League for a decade, this was meant to be our time and if you took one look at Twitter before kick-off, you would have thought we’d already won it.

How wrong we were.

Petr Cech – 6

The goalkeeper couldn’t do much in terms of not letting in goals and did try to calm us down but it just wasn’t enough.

Manchester United’s English striker Marcus Rashford (2R) scores his and his team’s second goal past a diving Arsenal’s Czech goalkeeper Petr Cech (L) during the English Premier League football match between Manchester United and Arsenal at Old Trafford in Manchester in north west England on February 28, 2016. (OLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty Images)

Hector Bellerin – 5.5

The full-back didn’t do anything hugely wrong but did appear a bit tired and lost at times.

Manchester United’s Dutch midfielder Memphis Depay (L) battles with Arsenal’s Spanish defender Hector Bellerin (R) during the English Premier League football match between Manchester United and Arsenal at Old Trafford in Manchester in north west England on February 28, 2016. (OLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty Images)

Gabriel – 4

Not only did the centre-back give away a stupid free-kick right on the edge of the area early on, he was at fault for at least one of their goals. Having a ‘fast’ player in his position isn’t helpful if they’re not going to use their speed to defend.

Manchester United’s Belgian midfielder Adnan Januzaj (2L) takes on Arsenal’s Brazilian defender Gabriel (R) during the English Premier League football match between Manchester United and Arsenal at Old Trafford in Manchester in north west England on February 28, 2016. (OLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty Images)

Laurent Koscielny – 6

The strong centre-back was one of our best players and despite us conceding three goals, continued to put his body on the line time and time again. His only bad point was that the third goal came off of him but that was hardly his fault.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 28: Marcus Rashford of Manchester United runs for the ball with Laurent Koscielny of Arsenal during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Arsenal at Old Trafford on February 28, 2016 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

Nacho Monreal – 5.5

The full-back, who is usually one of our strongest players, wasn’t quite up to his usual standard and had most Gooners face-palming when he failed to score from a peach of an Ozil pass in the first half.

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Manchester United’s Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea (L) saves a close range shot from Arsenal’s Spanish defender Nacho Monreal (R) during the English Premier League football match between Manchester United and Arsenal at Old Trafford in Manchester in north west England on February 28, 2016. (OLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty Images)

Francis Coquelin – 5.5

The midfielder consistently appeared to be wandering out of position and didn’t gel well with Ramsey at all.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 28: Francis Coquelin of Arsenal is challenged by Jesse Lingard of Manchester United during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Arsenal at Old Trafford on February 28, 2016 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

Aaron Ramsey – 5

Rambo still doesn’t seem to be hitting his stride in the team and this could be down to the position he’s being played in, it could be down to his pairing with Coquelin, it could just be down to form. Whatever it is, something needs to change.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 28: Aaron Ramsey of Arsenal pushes Ander Herrera of Manchester United during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Arsenal at Old Trafford on February 28, 2016 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

Mesut Ozil – 6

The German had a few moments of absolute brilliance which, had another player been on the end of them, would have found the back of the net. In the end, he managed to grab his 18th assist of the season and score a goal.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 28: Jesse Lingard of Manchester United is closed down by Mesut Oezil of Arsenal during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Arsenal at Old Trafford on February 28, 2016 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

Alexis Sanchez – 4.5

Once again, the Chilean failed to turn up when we needed him. Something’s definitely been off since he came back from injury and it’s frustrating to watch considering how brilliant he was last season. He also seems to not want to track back at all anymore.

Manchester United’s Spanish midfielder Juan Mata (R) challenges Arsenal’s Chilean striker Alexis Sanchez (L) during the English Premier League football match between Manchester United and Arsenal at Old Trafford in Manchester in north west England on February 28, 2016. (OLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty Images)

Danny Welbeck – 6

The striker managed to score against his old team and kept our passing fluid at the top… If only Theo was on his level.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 28: Juan Mata of Manchester United goes past Danny Welbeck of Arsenal during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Arsenal at Old Trafford on February 28, 2016 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

Theo Walcott – 4

Once again the forward got a chance to play as a striker and once again he let us down. He barely touched the ball except to give it away for their first goal.

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Olivier Giroud – 4.5

Mohamed Elneny – 4

Alex Iwobi – 4