Manchester United 1-0 West Ham: Marcus Rashford header sees off the Hammers

Marcus Rashford has become the 22nd player to score 100 goals for Man Utd

The English striker continued his impressive recent form and fired the hosts into the lead at Old Trafford just before the half-hour mark, with United looking potent in attack throughout the match.
Rashford scored the only goal of the game that saw United pick up their fourth home league win of the season, as the team kept an unbeaten League run of 5 games (3 wins 2 draws)
Marcus Rashford has become the 22nd player to score 100 goals for Man Utd, and the first player to reach this milestone for the club since Wayne Rooney in 2009.
Erik ten Hag’s side have closed the gap to just one point separates them from the top 4, with an unbeaten run of eight games in all competitions.

West Ham stay 13th on 14 points, which is just three above the bottom three and two less than ninth.

David Moyes kept his poor record, as he has never won away against Manchester United in the Premier League, drawing four and losing 12 of his 16 visits. His sides have scored just 10 goals across these 15 visits, with 40% of those coming in a single 4-4 draw with Everton in April 2012.

West Ham were unlucky to leave Old Trafford without at least a point as David de Gea heroics preserve Man Utd victory.
The Spanish Keeper has a total of 4 saves, including 2 crucial saves in the dying moment from Kurt Zouma’s header and Declan Rice’s shoot.
De Gea managed to keep a clean sheet for the fifth time this season in the Premier League.