West Ham vs Man United: Hammers thrash Red Devils in Premier League clash

West Ham vs Man United: Hammers thrash Red Devils in Premier League clash

- West Ham vs Man United saw the Hammers hammer Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side 2-0 on Sunday

- The Hammers netted the opener on the dot of half-time through Andriy Yarmolenko

- Aaron Cresswell doubled Hammers' lead with a superb free-kick after United lost Marcus Rashford to a suspected groin injury

West Ham United vs Man United Premier League clash saw the Hammers claim a 2-0 win in an entertaining game on Sunday, September 22, at the London Stadium.

The encounter saw Manchester United without the trio of Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial and Luke Shaw as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer opted for the same starting XI that beat Leicester City last weekend.

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The Frenchman missing in the middle of the pack, leaving Marcus Rashford all alone in the front, the Red Devil struggled create openings in the heart of Hammers defence.

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On the other hand, the Hammers also found it tough troubling Man United in most part of the half, with the scoreboard reading West Ham 0-0 Man United.

However, with a minute to break, Hammers netted the opener through Andriy Yarmolenko after picking up the ball just before the box executed a curling strike past David de Gea.

United came close to levelling scores after the restart, but Juan Mata couldn't net with the net at his mercy, courtesy of an Andreas Pereira decent cross.

After the hour mark, Rashford sustained an injury and was replaced by Jesse Lingard, with United still trailing 1-0.

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With seven minutes to the end of the game, West Ham sealed netted their second through a curling free-kick from Aaron Cresswell to see the board read 2-0 at the blast of the final whistle.

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Man United have now extended the winless record away from Old Trafford to nine matches across all competitions since last campaign.

Legit.ng reported earlier that Anderson, ex-Manchester United midfielder, has retired from active football at the age of 31.

According to the Daily Mail citing Radyospor, Anderson’s present team, Turkish second-division side Adana Demirspor, made the decision public on Saturday, September 21.

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