Manchester United were solid as a team against West Ham, with everyone playing their part as the Hammers failed to get any sort of control in the game. From the first minute, United pressed high up the pitch, with West Ham seeing very little of the ball.
However despite having many opportunities to score goals, United did not make any of them count until the dying moments of the game arrived. Marcus Rashford would later turn up with a classy stoppage time goal which gave United the three points they needed to enter into the top 4 positions.
Man United manager Ralf Ragnick, was arguably responsible for United's win, given Marcus Rashford, Edinson Cavani and Anthony Martial, all contributed in creating the last minute goal which propelled United into the top 4 positions.
After the game, Man United right back Diogo Dalot, won the game's man of the match award, followed closely by Man united centre-back Harry Maguire.
However Man United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo had other ideas when choosing his own Man Of the Match. The Portuguese sensation, rarely congratulates individual players.
After the game, Ronaldo posted himself alongside striker Marcus Rashford and French defender Raphael Varane, as he congratulated them after the win
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