Manchester United seal second spot with West Ham draw

Manchester United seal second spot with West Ham draw

"We had to get the players in order a little bit after we came in, and we have done that".

If United win the FA Cup, it doesn't make or break the campaign in same way the Europa League did a year ago, but silverware is still vitally important and means those who have been criticising the club and manager throughout 2017-18 have limited weight to support their argument.

Manchester United secured a second-placed finish in the Premier League by holding West Ham to a goalless draw at the London Stadium.

"We'll have a chat next week and we'll see [whether I stay]".

"A lot of people questioned me when I came in but we have done the job." said the Scotsman.

While the football on offer wasn't particularly entertaining, the game heated up after West Ham skipper Noble was brought down by Pogba in the 87th minute as the match fizzled out.

It was the third time United have failed to score in their last five Premier League fixtures.

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There was a more subdued atmosphere from the home fans at the end of another deeply frustrating campaign for the Hammers. Shaw was lively for the visitors and in the 35th minute he tested Adrian with a strike from around 25-yards out.

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David Moyes will be pleased with the performance of one of his young stars against his former employers, despite having been publicly critical of him for his recent performance during the heavy defeat to Arsenal a few weeks ago. Now we have the objective to finish with more than 80 points.

In his press conference on Wednesday, United's boss spoke further about his ambition, to guarantee that the Red Devils finish in second spot, above rivals Liverpool.

"It is normal that Michael Carrick is captain at Old Trafford for the last game of his career".

"The players went about it really well, with a great attitude and commitment".

"We've done ok against the big sides, especially at home. They're a big club with big expectations and they're looking to improve over the year, they don't want to be flirting with relegation". Their 2-0 win at Leicester City on Saturday afternoon was a first in five but David Moyes' side have not recorded back-to-back Premier League victories since January 2017.

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