Manchester United went fourth in the Premier League after a dramatic late winner from Marcus Rashford gave them a 1-0 victory over West Ham United at Old Trafford on Saturday.
In a game with nothing but half-chances, neither side really threatened as only one save was forced of the two goalkeepers, with Alphonse Areola saving from Fred’s left-footed drive on 49 minutes.
Both sides played some decent stuff, and United certainly looked better in terms of their attacking movement and fluidity, and their backline was more in tandem as they held firm to a rare clean sheet.
West Ham had their chances: Jarrod Bowen was a threat down the right and his lashed shot was into the side netting from a corner, and Cristiano Ronaldo thought he should have had a penalty after a challenge from Kurt Zouma.
And whilst the game looked as if it was going to fizzle out into a draw a cross across the box from Edinson Cavani found substitute Rashford who gleefully tapped into an empty net.