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Manchester United didn’t lose their Champions League dream

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Hopes of the Champions League are still alive for Manchester United as they fought back at Old Trafford against West Ham to take a 1-1 draw.

Following their season’s final home game, United edge into the Premier League’s top With this result, United ranks into the Premier League’s top four and a point ahead of Leicester, whom they face on Sunday knowing a win or draw. They’ll see secure next campaign in the Champions League.

United preceded Paul Pogba’s handball from the penalty spot on the half-time strike when Michail Antonio softly converted past David de Gea.

That brought the 18-year-old Greenwood to 17 goals in all of this season’s competitions and tied him to United legends George Best, Brian Kidd, and Wayne Rooney for the most in a season a teenager scored for the club.

West Ham has 38 points after the draw which means David Moyes’ side is eligible to enter the season’s final game when meeting fellow combatants Aston Villa.

Manchester United 1 – 1 West Ham

Goals: 0-1 Antonio 45′, 1-1 Greenwood 51′

Yellow cards: Fosu-Mensah (M), Rashford (M), Fernandes (M); Masuaku (W)

Manchester United: de Gea, Fosu-Mensah, Lindelof, Maguire, Williams, Pogba, Matic, Greenwood, Fernandes, Rashford, Martial

West Ham: Fabianski, Cresswell, Ogbonna, Diop, Johnson, Soucek, Rice, Bowen, Noble, Fornals, Antonio

Rupal Purohit
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