HARRY MAGUIRE and Aaron Wan-Bissaka announced themselves to Manchester United fans with awesome displays on Sunday. On top of a 4-0 win over Chelsea, the £130million duo stood proudly at the top of the pile for clearances, interceptions and other stats. In spite of the scoreline, the Blues did get forward frequently and demanded a strong performance from the Old Trafford defence. Maguire took on the task well with seven clearances and four interceptions, the most of the United players. Wan-Bissaka joined in with five clearances and three interceptions while topping the charts for tackles – completing an impressive six in 90 minutes. No one else on the pitch came close to the right-back as he carried his crown as the Premier League’s tackle king with him to his new club.Their performances came after strong criticism of United’s transfer window business, with fellow new boy Dan James on the scoresheet to make the doubters look silly. MOUR OF THE SAME While Wan-Bissaka went about his job in typically quiet fashion, it was Maguire who earned the praise of the pundits and his manager. Jose Mourinho told Sky Sports that the centre-back fully merited the official Man of the Match gong….