Manchester United
Manchester United

Mason Greenwood 51'

1
-
1
West Ham United
West Ham United

45+2' Michail Antonio

0
15
30
45
60
75
90
MAN
V
WES
Yellow (44')
Timothy Fosu-Mensah
Substitution (45')
Sub-on: Timothy Fosu-Mensah
Sub-off: Aaron Wan-Bissaka
Goal (51')
Scorer: Mason Greenwood
Yellow (70')
Marcus Rashford
Yellow (81')
Bruno Miguel Borges Fernandes
Substitution (85')
Sub-on: Marcus Rashford
Sub-off: Odion Ighalo
Penalty (47')
Michail Antonio
Substitution (75')
Sub-on: Aaron Cresswell
Sub-off: Arthur Masuaku
Substitution (78')
Sub-on: Michail Antonio
Sub-off: Sébastien Haller
Yellow (81')
Arthur Masuaku
Yellow (82')
Arthur Masuaku
Substitution (91')
Sub-on: Jarrod Bowen
Sub-off: Andriy Yarmolenko
Possession
57.2 %
42.8 %
Shots (On Target)
4
3
Shots (Off Target)
7
9
Corners
2
3
Crosses
8
20
Clearances
8
18
Yellow Cards
3
1
Red Cards
0
0
West Ham United
Manchester United
Possession
42.8%
57.2%
Shots (On Target)
3
4
Shots (Off Target)
9
7
Corners
3
2
Crosses
20
8
Clearances
18
8
Yellow Cards
1
3
Red Cards
0
0
West Ham United
Manchester United
Manchester United
4-2-3-1
1
2
24
5
53
6
26
31
10
18
9
20
22
14
21
25
29
17
8
39
Man. Ole Gunnar Solskjær
1 David de Gea
2 Victor Lindelöf
24 Timothy Fosu-Mensah
5 Harry Maguire
53 Brandon Williams
6 Paul Pogba
26 Mason Greenwood
31 Nemanja Matic
10 Marcus Rashford
18 Bruno Miguel Borges Fernandes
9 Anthony Martial
Substitutions
20 José Diogo Dalot Teixeira
22 Sergio Romero
14 Jesse Lingard
21 Daniel James
25 Odion Ighalo
29 Aaron Wan-Bissaka
17 Frederico Rodrigues de Paula Santos
8 Juan Mata
39 Scott McTominay
Possession %
57
43
Duels Won
36
51
Aerial Duels Won
11
13
Interceptions
8
14
Offsides
3
1
Corners
2
3
West Ham United
4-2-3-1
1
3
53
21
23
28
17
16
18
41
30
8
35
26
19
10
22
54
4
7
David Moyes Man.
Lukasz Fabianski 1
Aaron Cresswell 3
Ben Johnson 53
Angelo Ogbonna 21
Issa Diop 23
Tomas Soucek 28
Jarrod Bowen 17
Mark Noble 16
Pablo Fornals 18
Declan Rice 41
Michail Antonio 30
Substitutions
Felipe Anderson Pereira Gomes 8
Darren Randolph 35
Arthur Masuaku 26
Jack Wilshere 19
Manuel Lanzini 10
Sébastien Haller 22
Conor Coventry 54
Fabián Balbuena 4
Andriy Yarmolenko 7
Player Comparison

 West Ham United draw at Old Trafford


Manchester United 1-1 West Ham United
Premier League

Michail Antonio's penalty kick on the stroke of half-time secured West Ham United a solid draw against Manchester United at Old Trafford - and with it, confirmation of their Premier League status for next season.

The Irons were hugely impressive throughout the course of the 90 minutes, soaking up initial pressure to grow into the game and begin to dictate proceedings, while maintaining their defensive discipline throughout.

They received just rewards for that effort shortly before the half-time whistle when, after Paul Pogba inexplicably deflected a Declan Rice strike with his arm, Antonio stepped up to stroke the ball home. 

Some admittedly neat interplay from the home side saw Mason Greenwood draw Manchester United level soon after the restart, but West Ham enjoyed the majority of the chances to win the game from then on, and in the end were fully deserving of the point they acquired - at the very least.

Knowing that a draw would mathematically confirm the Hammers’ Premier League status, West Ham manager David Moyes named an unchanged side, looking to build on back-to-back Premier League victories with the trip to Old Trafford.

The Red Devils had also enjoyed a strong run of form since the season restart, and dominated possession early on, with Anthony Martial stinging the palms of Lukasz Fabianski with a low drive from a tight angle.

After West Ham soaked up early pressure, good work from the in-form Antonio won them a corner, and such was the whip on Jarrod Bowen’s delivery, Manchester United captain Harry Maguire was forced to stab away from under his own crossbar.

The Hammers’ graft earned them an offensive foothold in the game, with Bowen’s weaving run from the right forcing Nemanja Matic into a late intervention, moments before Angelo Ogbonna couldn’t quite make enough contact to head in the No17’s clipped delivery.

In a hard-working display, West Ham continued to cover one another well in numbers, aware of the home team’s individual flair – Marcus Rashford having a rare dipping shot from range, which was once again close to Fabianski and simple enough to palm away. 

Ogbonna then did superbly to throw his body in the way of a close-range thump from Mason Greenwood, after Brandon Williams had beaten Bowen and pulled the ball back to the penalty spot.

Minutes before the whistle, Johnson put in a wickedly high cross from the right. Antonio towered his marker Victor Lindelof, but the Swedish defender, to his credit, was strong enough to head back to goalkeeper David de Gea under pressure.

Then, in injury time, a breakthrough which capped the Hammers’ excellent display to that point. After a clever free-kick routine set up Declan Rice, the midfielder hit a rocket from range which Paul Pogba put his arms up to deflect. 

Upon VAR review, a penalty was duly awarded – and Antonio coolly stepped up and sent de Gea the wrong way for his eighth goal since the season resumption.

It was a perfectly executed first-half game plan from the visitors.

Manchester United were level shortly after the restart, however, when Greenwood played a one-two with Martial and lashed into the bottom corner from just inside the area.

The Irons almost went straight back in front, a wonderful run from Bowen seeing the No17 skip past Williams and cut inside. A red shirt blocked his thunderous strike, looping the ball up for Rice to volley over the bar from 30 yards.

On the hour mark, Bowen drew an excellent save from De Gea, collecting a pass from Noble, evading the challenge of Williams on the outside, and smashing a shot with his right foot high above the keeper – but the Spanish keeper was quick up to tip it over.

After netting a spectacular strike against Watford in his last game, Rice then came close to finding the top corner once more from 25-yards – but his effort didn’t quite have the bend to nestle inside the post, instead finding stanchion.

The better chances were falling West Ham’s way - at one stage the visitors enjoying as much as 73 per cent of the possession in the preceding ten minutes.

The game became more stop-start, however, and as it ticked towards its conclusion, Antonio had the chance to double his tally when he beat Lindelof to Noble’s set piece delivery. Six yards out and under pressure, however, the No30’s contact was misdirected.

Manchester United eventually created a good opening when substitute Odion Ighalo screwed a cut-back from Aaron Wan-Bissaka wide while well-placed, but West Ham were full value for their point in Manchester - and it was a point which put the seal on their superb fightback to form in recent weeks.

West Ham United: Fabianski; Johnson, Diop, Ogbonna, Cresswell (Masuaku 75), Rice, Soucek, Noble ©, Fornals, Bowen (Yarmolenko 90+1), Antonio (Haller 78)
Subs: Randolph (GK), Balbuena, Coventry, Wilshere, Lanzini, Felipe Anderson

Goal: Antonio 45+2 (pen)

Booked: Masuaku

Manchester United: De Gea, Fosu-Mensah (Wan-Bissaka 45), Maguire (c), Lindelof, Williams, Matic, Pogba, Fernandes, Greenwood, Martial, Rashford (Ighalo 85)
Subs: Romero (GK), Dalot, Fred, Mata, McTominay, Lingard, James

Goal: Greenwood 51

Booked: Fosu-Mensah, Rashford, Fernandes