Manchester United Vs West Ham United (1-1) Full Highlights and Goals
Here we goes with this English Football League result happened between Man Utd Vs Westham United
MANCHESTER UNITED: De Gea 5, Valencia 7, Jones 7, Rojo 8, Shaw 6 (Blind 45, 6), Carrick 6, Herrera 7, Mkhitaryan 8 (Rashford 90, 6), Rooney 7, Martial 8 (Schweinsteiger 86, 6), Ibrahimovic 9.
Subs not used: Mata, Lingard, Romero, Schneiderlin.
Booked: Valencia, Rooney.
Goals: Ibrahimovic (2), Martial (2)
WEST HAM: Adrian 6, Ogbonna 6, Reid 6, Kouyate 6, Cresswell 6 (Masuaku 45, 6), Feghouli 6, Obiang 6, Fernandes 6, Payet 6 (Zaza 78, 5), Antonio 5 (Lanzini 58, 6), Fletcher 6.
Subs not used: Randolph, Nordtveit, Noble, Collins.
What did the coaches say about the game ?
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho told MUTV: “More of the same, in terms of the quality of our football, the wya we dominated the game the way we controlled a good opponent.
“The beuty of our attacking is the same match after match but today with goals.”
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic told the club website: “We can’t have a slow start against them because they are very good when they are one up. They have those kind of players.
“After the slow start, we recovered and looked good but you can’t do the same. And we did. They totally deserved it then after that. You just can’t have that kind of a start in a game like this.”
Man of the match - Darren Randolph (West Ham)
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic: "It might have been more but it is a great point for us, especially as we played well. I have to praise the players, who showed character, commitment and quality, especially in the second half.
"In the first half, when we scored, we were a little bit afraid because we were winning at Old Trafford and then until they scored we lost too many balls.
"In the second half, we told the players to go up on them and I was very pleased with how we played. You can't attack here all the time.
"They tried to press when they lost the ball and if you get out of that, there is a lot of space. We were using that really well in the second half."